You can use a type of sound training on this site that reminds the brain of helpful brain rhythms using sound rhythms. This technique is helpful for increasing memory and attention by an average of 22% in students (according to published research), reducing anxiety by 58% more than music in a study of hospital patients, and listening to the appropriate sound is shown to reduce perceived pain by 77% in research participants with chronic pain. Twenty percent of people in the US live with frequent or chronic pain. They also lower the need for anesthesia in surgery (according to research we have). It also helps a range of other things, including sleep, memory and concentration in adults and older people, depression, migraines, school and work performance, lowering impulsive behavior and classroom upsets in children, Parkinson’s disease, ADHD, Autism, insomnia, and more.
The sound training has an effect during the first week that it is used, and it takes fuller effect as time goes on. The users learn how to enhance brain rhythms they need on their own for better health and fuller lives. We use questionnaires to continually guide clients, since people are constantly adapting. We are creating sophisticated tools to help them live with their best potential as time goes on. We will continue to develop new assessments, and continue to perform new research for our members.
Our site is an education platform that leads members to sounds that will help them using questionnaires and tests based in research and brain science. It is a form of brain and mindfulness education or therapy. We have a robust research page, and are working with people around the world with leading edge assessment techniques. This site is created by Peter Meilahn, LPCC, a clinical teacher who has taught staff from The Mayo Clinic, The University of Minnesota Medical Center, The Minnesota Department of Health and Human Services, Passages – Malibu, Hazelden, The Learning Disability Association of Minnesota, The Minnesota Council for the Gifted and Talented and others. You can read more about his credentials at his website ( will open in a new tab), www.minnesotabiofeedback.com.
About the Needs in People You Know, and the Way this Platform Can Help Them:
I just wanted to share some facts about the percentages of people around you that you can help by sharing a subscription with them.
- Typical adults, students, and aging adults are proven to increase their short term memory and mental performance by an average of 22% by listening to the focus sound.
- Sleep is significantly improved by people who use the relaxation sound before bed. It reminds their brain of deep, relaxed brain rhythms.
- Listening to the appropriate sound is shown to reduce perceived pain by 77% in research participants with chronic pain. Twenty percent of people in the US live with frequent or chronic pain. They also lower the need for anesthesia in surgery (according to research we have).
- Anxiety is reduced by 58% more than music and 86% more than doing nothing in hospital patients (all according to research). Most people acknowledge anxiety is a problem for them. Not everyone needs or wants a diagnosis. The percentage of people who have been to a mental health professional and diagnosed in the US is 18.1%. Many more will have easier lives with new, easier tools like ours.
- Migraines are decreased by our relaxed attention sounds. In the US, 18% of woman and 6% of men get migraines. It will help relationships quite a bit if we cut this in half, and woman tend to share helpful information (including about this site) more than men.
- Adults and children with autism and ADHD are shown to have an increase in calm attention in school and home, along with better memory, of more than 22%. The sound training on this site helps them more than most adults, and in some cases their memory and test taking abilities go up as much as 30%. People with autism and ADHD make up about 6% of the population.
Just based on the above, it is safe to say that almost everyone you know would benefit from learning about our educational process and sound training.
Thank You for Your Time,
Peter J. Meilahn, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, MN, USA
Founder and Director