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Our biosignal processing discs increase the effectiveness of Rescue, PowerNap, FlowState, and DeepSleep journeys.

The NuCalm® Biosignal Processing Disc simplifies the process of activating the parasympathetic nervous system, by tapping into the body’s Pericardium Meridian with particular electromagnetic (EM) frequencies.

Each NuCalm disc holds the EM frequency patterns of GABA and its precursors to deliver a pure biological signal to your body. When placed on the inside of your left wrist, at your Pericardium-6 acupuncture point, the disc sends a signal to the pericardium of your heart to activate local parasympathetic nerve fibers, which then transmit the signal to your brain telling it to increase vagal nerve output and begin the process of slowing down the body. The disc stops your acute stress response, so the brainwave entrainment with NuCalm’s neuroacoustic software is always reliable and efficient at getting you into theta brainwave range, where restoration and relaxation can take place.

The GABAergic System – Your brain’s relaxation & recovery powerhouse.

A properly functioning GABAergic system is vital for relaxation, restoration and balance. NuCalm helps reduce stress, promote recovery and generate calm by working at the root causes of the problem – the imbalanced neurochemical and neuroelectrical systems. With NuCalm, the GABAergic system is activated by specific electromagnetic frequencies related to GABA and its precursors that are delivered to the body via the NuCalm Biosignal Processing Disc.

The brain’s chemical messengers or neurotransmitters are either excitatory, inhibitory or modulatory. The main excitatory neurotransmitter is glutamate, and its role is to potentiate signals forward and increase neuronal activity. The major inhibitory neurotransmitter, GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid), inhibits nerve activity by preventing signals from moving forward, thus calming the brain. The common neuromodulatory neurotransmitters are either serotonin or dopamine. Serotonin has many important roles within the brain some of which contribute to mood, learning, and memory. 

Dopamine is most well-known as the reward or pleasure chemical. Many studies have associated various neurological disorders with either the excess or deficit of a specific neurotransmitter. For example, increased dopamine levels have been found in people with addiction disorders, whereas decreased serotonin levels have been theorized to contribute to depression. Chronic stress is related to an improperly functioning GABAergic system that can no longer control the over-excitation and hyperactivity in the brain. Balance in neurochemical levels is the key to optimal brain health and function.

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Engineered to interact with your body’s Gauss Field, the electromagnetic field that surrounds every living being, our biosignal processing discs increase the effectiveness of NuCalm by up to 15%.

What You Need to Know About Your Brain Waves

Your brain consists of millions of brain cells forming trillions of connections. These building blocks of the brain, called neurons, communicate with each other through chemical and electrical signals.

When masses of neurons send synchronized pulses, they oscillate and produce a wave-like effect or a brain wave. Brain wave frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz) or cycles per second. Higher order brain activity will produce high-frequency brain waves, such as beta or gamma waves.

When you are awake, in a normal state of consciousness, you are in the beta brain wave frequency range. As shown in the chart, delta brain waves are the slowest and are dominant when we are in a deep sleep.

As with all things in life, having balance in brain wave activity is key to achieving optimal health and performance.