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Brain-Up Program


Brain waves are rhythmic signals generated in the central nervous system, which influence our subconscious mind and emotion. Every type of brain wave features specific properties and is able to guide the body to an optimal emotional state. If one of the brain waves is out of balance, it could affect our health in ways such as depression, difficulties on focusing and insomnia. Important brain waves include delta wave, theta wave, alpha wave and beta wave.

Delta waves (0.5 to 3 Hz)


Delta waves are associated with the deepest level of sleep, relaxation and peace of mind. They allow the person to wake up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Delta waves also bring about restorative sleep which is important for healing.


Theta waves (3 to 8 Hz)


Theta waves are the waves of subconscious mind. They take over when we dream or meditate, also during REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep, the sleeping phase where most dreams take place. At theta state, we feel more creative, vividly imaginative and inspired beyond normal conscious state. Theta waves also increase the production of catecholamines which is crucial for learning and memory.


Alpha waves (8 to 12 Hz)


Alpha waves govern relaxation and calmness. They are strongest when during daydreaming or light meditation. The difference between alpha and theta waves is that the former only just reaches the gate to subconscious mind, whereas the latter is at the state of subconscious mind.


Beta waves (12 to 38 Hz)


Beta waves are responsible for awareness, logic and critical conclusions. They dominate when we are alert, attentive, focused, or performing cognitive tasks, making decisions. Though they are essential for conscious actions in daily life, they could also cause stress and restlessness when they become too strong.

How can we help?

The Trikombin machine generates these brain wave frequencies with the matrix-discharge procedure to discharge negative charges affecting the brain, resulting in a deep-relaxation and better sleep quality.

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