Shock your brain for better performance in sports

Shock your brain for better sports performance. The little nibs on the underside of the headband stimulate the brain’s motor cortex, the part of the brain that coordinates movement.Halo Media Kit Performance enhancing drugs will soon become a thing of the past and the world’s leading athletes will be shocking their brains to shave precious milliseconds off their times. At least, that’s what Halo Neuroscience’s claims seem to be pointing at.  Halo Neuroscience has foundations helping epilepsy patients through Transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS) or neurostimulation, where tiny electrical pulses are used to fire up parts of the brain, and their first mass-market product is a pair of headphones, called the Halo Sport, that uses the same technology. Halo calls their technology Neuropriming and it “…uses pulses of energy to increase the excitability…


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