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Passive Infrared Hemoencephalography

What is Passive Infrared (pIR HEG)?

PASSIVE INFRARED HEMOENCEPHALOGRAPHY refers to a variant of that technique. It utilizes physiological signals from the brain, but these signals are based on thermal output, arising from changes in blood flow dynamics and cellular metabolism.

How Does pIR-HEG Neurofeedback Work?

Blood flow is increased at the prefrontal cortex with attentional brain activity. By achieving focused attention with a relaxed body and mind, the neurofeedback participant is able manipulate the computer sensor output that is measuring blood flow. The trainee learns how to increase activation of important brain activities and eventually can retrain the brain to perform better.

The Passive Infrared (pIR HEG) process is simple to learn and often enjoyable.