Dr. Bloom supports Beacon40 lights for brain health.
Dr. Bloom is an advocate for brain health, supporting BRIGHT’s mission to bring hope and help to families battling cognitive decline and to decelerate and prevent dementia. Dr. Bloom encourages the adoption of Beacon40 lights into your wellness routines to rejuvenate healthy brain function and improve mental acuity, memory and attention.
“Devices that stimulate the brain using specific frequencies of light and sound might help treat Alzheimer’s disease and other causes of cognitive decline.” –New York Times Magazine
In the Alzheimer’s brain, abnormal levels of a naturally occurring protein clump together to form plaques that collect between neurons and disrupt cell function.
Researchers at leading brain institutes have shown that using LED lights flickering at a specific 40Hz frequency can substantially reduce the beta amyloid plaques seen in Alzheimer’s disease. After an hour of exposure at 40Hz, the researchers found a 40 to 50% reduction in the levels of beta amyloid proteins in the hippocampus.
BEACON40® lights are safe, silent, and noninvasive. They’re designed to deliver nurturing lights that fade into the background with precision engineering that meets caregiver needs.
Today, Beacon40 light systems are available for home and office use.
TRAIN YOUR BRAIN TO BUILD MEMORIES
We can’t get younger every day, but we can get better. The way we live influences the likelihood of preventing Alzheimer’s disease and other cognitive impairments. Using noninvasive solutions like 40Hz light stimulation as part of your daily wellness routine can rejuvenate brain rhythm and boost your memory and attention.
Beacon40 lights are safe, quiet, and noninvasive. They’re designed to fade into the background while you go about your daily routines. Use them while watching TV, reading, or answering emails.
Cutting Edge Science
Families battling cognitive decline need help now. There just isn’t time to wait. Beacon40 brings the latest advances in scientific research into your home or office today.