Year in Review 2018

By Mind Alive Multi Admin

Sharing our Greatest Hits!

We’d like to share with you, our most popular posts on our Facebook and Twitter pages in 2018. So please enjoy whether this is the first time seeing the post or a review!

Most often, we post about the technologies that we use in our work – Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE), Cranio-Electro Stimulation (CES), transcranial DC Stimulation (tDCS) and Microcurrent Electrotherapy (MET), but we also like to share interesting articles we come across about the brain, mental health, how physical fitness helps keep our brains young, etc.

January Top FB Post: 

Tip Tuesday! Excerpt: "these three studies highlight the benefits of accepting emotions and thoughts, rather than judging them, on psychological health."

January Top Tweet:  This ex-NFL player is using Audio-Visual Entrainment as an adjunct to biofeedback.

February Top FB Post: Wellness Wednesday! Non-invasive non-pharmaceutical Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) is an effective tool for dissociating the depressed/ anxious person out of his/her destructive thoughts, leaving them with emotional neutrality and somatic re-stabilization. AVE also increases norepinephrine and serotonin. Even with increasing anxiety, AVE has been shown to reduce heart rate and may be used as a desensitization tool.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/what-is-he-thinking/201802/depression-is-social-disease

 

February Top Tweet:

Meditation Monday! These Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) sessions will help you get into a meditative state. They will also calm and relax you. #meditation #mindalive #calm #relaxation #anxiety #depression #sleep #mentalhealth

March Top FB Post: On March 14, 2018 during Brain Awareness Week, Dave posted a video about whether it is a good idea to bounce soccer balls on one’s head or not:

March Top Tweet: We shared a Scientific American Magazine article: Does the Adult Brain Really Grow New Neurons?

April Top FB Post:

On April 10 - Now there is a pharmaceutical-free way to improve your life!

This amazing technology uses lights and sounds called Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) in specific configurations to guide you into proper functioning brainwave states, along with tiny electrical impulses to the brain called Cranio-Electro Stimulation (CES) to improve your health, mental functioning, improve memory, sleep, mood and cognition and reduce stress along with being cost efficient.

The DAVIDs are easy-to-use, portable, hand-held devices which utilize a cutting edge, non-invasive, drug-free approach to wellness.

The DAVIDs feature distinct categories of sessions: Energize, Meditate, Brain Booster, Sleep and Feeling Better.

Our sessions have been thoroughly tested and are designed based on our most current research findings to ensure you the most effective results. The sessions on the DAVIDs are supported by research articles. The DAVID sessions also include our proprietary randomization process, which helps encourage dissociation and enhance the entrainment process.

The DAVIDs feature larger easy-to-read, easy-to-operate buttons which allow users to select a session very easily. The DAVID session category buttons are lit to allow the user to see them in the dark.

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May Top FB Post: Mind Alive Monday! Add in Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) and /or Cranio-Electro Stimulation (CES) to the tips in the below article. http://mindalive.com/index.cfm/solutions/improve-your-life/

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Tech Talk article on Heading in Football

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November Top Tweet:  We often thank our followers on Twitter for their social engagement. This month, one of the thank you images was the most popular!

December Top FB Post:

On December 6th we shared an article about a gut-brain connection and this was probably our most popular post of the year!

December Top Tweet: The same article was really popular on Twitter also so we are going to share our Top Media Tweet with you.

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