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Your life exhibits complexity! Shouldn’t your physiology (EEG, HRV, GSR)?
Live complexity training (LCT) is a theory-driven implementation of Technology-Assisted Self-Regulation / Self-Realization (TASR).
Unlike neurofeedback and biofeedback procedures for the management of diagnostic categories, LCT employs a transdiagnostic biomarker of sickness and wellness behavior as a “pointing-out instruction”, i.e., feedback.
Changes in complexity in physiological measures (e.g., EEG, HRV, GSR, fMRI, MRI, MEG) are often easy to see on screen as they occur. They are more difficult to describe mathematically and statistically.•Observable complexity in activities of body, feelings, and mind increases during successful recovery from sickness as well as in adaptive maturation
Signal complexity increases in order to transmit and process our accumulation of memory and skillful means
Complexity is only generated by the body-mind when there is a healthy balance between excitation and inhibition (“self-organized criticality”) and when there is adequate neuroplasticity and neuroprotection.
Complexity increases as we develop gracefulness and problem-solving abilities and express wellness behavior.•Complexity decreases as a result of most forms of sickness behavior.
Complexity without synchrony is randomness; Synchrony without complexity is rigidity
Compliments of Douglas Dailey.
How does "at home" training work?
With the Neurobit Optima at-home unit, Joe Castellano will run Live Complexity Training sessions remotely. You will first need to come into the office for an initial qEEG evaluation to examine your unique brain and determine which training method(s) will be right for you. Then one of our trained qEEG technicians will hand-deliver the Neurobit Optima to your home and give you instructions on how to set up the hardware and software. From this point, future sessions will be run remotely 2-3 times per week based on your availability. Typically, we recommend 40 sessions be run for those who want to see lasting improvements in their daily lives. tCDS, tACS, tRNS, and pEMF sessions at the office may be an additional part of your training if appropriate