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Medically it has been verified that the development of the brain, its lobesand fingerprints is done during the 7th and 21st week of pregnancy. Therefore there is a direct co-relation between the development of the brain and fingerprint. During the development the information is transcribed as our finger prints, that are unique for everyone.

With the Science of Dermatoglyphics one understands his or her hidden potential and talents. This is a science which studies the patterns of skins (dermal) ridges present on the fingers, toes and the soles of human. It reveals the congenital links between our fingers and our intrinsic qualities and talents. By analyzing dermatoglyphy, we can accurately understand the distribution and amount of cells in the left and right brain of the cell, and predict where the potential lies. Although everyone is bored with strengths and weaknesses; if they are identified early, we may further develop the strengths and improve our weakness, so that the left and right brain may grow in a more balanced and blend way.

THE FUTURE OF BRAIN COMPUTING IS

HERE.

Introducing NeeuroOS™

 

A Brain-Computer Interface Brain Training Game

“CogoLand” for Children with Attention Deficit

Hyperactivity Disorder

The use of neurofeedback with Brain-Computer-Interface based games was proven effective at reducing

the symptoms ofADHD. This avoids the downsides of the current therapies by being non-invasive, conveniently

digital and as such can be practiced with ease without being too much of a burden on time and monetary

resources.Furthermore, the approach did not require doctors’/therapists’ appointments that make this Brain

Training olution more accessible to those without affordable and accessible medical care. 

 

A Brain-Computer Interface Based Attention Training

Program for Treating Attention Deficit

Hyperactivity Disorder

Neeuro’s Chief Scientist Prof. Cuntai Guan ran a clinical trial for ADHD Children within the ages of 6 to 12 years old

received the treatment programme. The programme consisted of 3 training sessions weekly for 8 weeks, followed by a

maintenance phase with once-monthly booster training sessions for 3 consecutive months. (30 minutes per session).

Using a 3D graphic game, “CogoLand” where the user concentrates/focus and the avatar in the game will move.

Results showed that the children improved by an average of 30% after 3 months; with greater improvements shown in those

with more severe symptoms.

Executive Summary Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a cognitive disorder that afflicts approximately 2-7%

of children globally. There is no cure, however the symptoms can be managed therapeutically. Treatment involves

pharmaceutical intervention with the prescription of medications, or with behavioural intervention - where a clinician advises

the parent(s) on how to reach certain behavioural outcomes with the ADHD child. Prescription medications have the potential

to cause addiction in the child and come with various side effects. Their dosages have to be carefully calibrated for maximum

efficacy and minimal disruption of the child’s function. Multiple appointments with the doctors are needed to tune requisite

adjustments to the dosage. The efficacy of medication is short-term but also becomes less effective on the symptoms over

time. Behavioural therapy on the other hand is not as effective as medication but it is also much less invasive. Parents will

need to make time for scheduling appointments with a therapist as well as, monitoring and following up on the behavioural

outcomes of the child. Clinical trials with Neeuro’s approach with the use of neurofeedback with Brain-Computer-Interface

based games is proven effective at reducing the symptoms of ADHD, avoiding the downsides of the current therapies by

being non-invasive, conveniently digital and as such can be practiced with ease without being too much of a burden on time

and monetary resources. Not requiring doctors’/therapists’ appointments also makes this solution more accessible to those

without affordable and accessible medical care.