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We all have gamma rhythm in our brains that is responsible for learning, memory, and cognitive function. A healthy brain has a gamma frequency of 30-100Hz. For people with cognitive decline, this rhythm deviates.
Ongoing research shows that 40Hz light therapy is a noninvasive method of stimulating the brain’s activity and rejuvenating healthy brain rhythm.
40Hz light creates 40 flashes per second. This frequency is known to improve mental acuity, memory, and attention. 40Hz visual stimulation, given one hour a day for 6 months, had dramatic positive effects on brain function leading to 65% reduction in whole brain atrophy and dramatic improvement in sleep patterns.
As part of a healthy lifestyle, it is recommended as a passive therapy for those who want to prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Daily exposure for one hour per day can complement your regular routines like reading, watching television, answering emails, or preparing meals.
Experts agree that new approaches to Alzheimer’s therapies are needed, including noninvasive, drug-free solutions like 40Hz therapy that meet today’s dynamically aging population.
Since the first day of using BEACON40, there has been a dramatic shift.
“My wife was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s three years ago. While her symptoms are still comparatively minor to most, her moods can be pretty awful. She loves having it on, and next to her in our living room while watching TV. She began counting down the days that we had not had an argument and is acutely aware of its benefits. She’s simply happier.”
We’ve seen cognitive improvement.
“Thank you so much. I also wanted to let you know that we have noticed a cognitive improvement with my mother when using the light therapy regularly so thank you for your product!”
She’s sleeping and feeling better.
“Bought the light for my mom who is 73 and has experienced cognitive decline. I let her know about the importance of the light, and we did some research about 40Hz. To see her reaction when I was reading the articles to her made me smile.”
BEACON40, delivers lights pulsing at 40Hz, mirroring the brain’s healthy gamma rhythm and improving mental acuity, memory and attention.
BEACON40 is a noninvasive method of stimulating the brain’s activity and rejuvenating healthy brain function. The lights deliver pulsing at 40Hz. That’s 40 flashes per second. Brain waves in this frequency are associated with improving mental acuity, memory, and attention. It is recommended as a passive therapy for those who want to prevent cognitive decline or improve sleep and mental acuity.
Daily exposure for one or more hours per day can complement your regular routines like reading, watching television, or answering emails.
Both the BEACON40 Personal and BEACON40 Surround are noninvasive and are designed to complement, not interfere, with your existing daily routines. The difference is only in the number of lights in each kit.
BEACON40 Personal has one light. It is designed to be used in more intimate locations like in an office or on a vanity. Most place it on a desk and use it while answering emails or searching the web.
BEACON40 Surround includes two lights and is designed for larger spaces such as a living room or kitchen. Set it up around your TV, with one light on each side, or use it in a shared home office or living room.
BEACON40 represents the fast-tracking cutting-edge, scientific research to create safe, easy-to-use wellness routines for enhanced brain health. BEACON40 is modeled after ongoing human trials coming from leading brain health institutes including MIT, Georgia Tech, and other reputable resources. Please discover more scientific references and research articles here.