EEG Brain Scan Demonstration with Top Neuroscientist Dr. Dogris - airestech

EEG Brain Scan Demonstration with Top Neuroscientist Dr. Dogris

In a groundbreaking video demonstration from 2022, we explored the intricate relationship between electronic devices and their effects on our brain’s functionality. This initiative not only highlighted the potential disruptions caused by close proximity device usage but also introduced a pioneering solution through Aires’ technology. Below, we break down the endeavor into distinct phases, each offering a glimpse into our innovative approach and findings.

The Expertise Behind the Scenes

Central to our project was Dr. Nicholas Dogris, a seasoned neuroscientist and psychologist with an impressive track record spanning over three decades. His participation ensured that our exploration was anchored in scientific rigor. Dr. Dogris conducted EEG (electroencephalogram) brain scans on four volunteers to observe the effects of electronic devices on brain activity, both in the presence and absence of Aires’ silicon resonator chips.

The Science of EEG

Before diving into the findings, it’s crucial to understand what EEG entails and why it’s considered the gold standard for assessing EMF (electromagnetic field) protection. Our blog provides an extensive explanation of EEG technology, detailing how it captures the brain’s electrical activity through sensors placed on the scalp. This method is pivotal for measuring the immediate impact of external factors, such as EMF exposure, on brain function.

Baseline Measurements and Beyond

The video project commenced with baseline brain activity measurements of the participants to establish a reference point. Following this, Dr. Dogris recorded the brain’s response as participants held an active electronic device close to their heads. The data revealed notable changes in brain activity compared to the baseline, underscoring the potential influence of electronic devices on neural functions.

Introducing Aires’ Solution

The narrative took a transformative turn with the introduction of Aires’ Lifetune products. Participants were then asked to use these devices in conjunction with the Aires silicon resonator chips, mirroring the earlier conditions. This phase aimed to assess whether Aires’ technology could neutralize or mitigate the observed changes in brain activity.

Visualizing the Impact

Our video vividly illustrated the shifts in brain activity through color-coded EEG scans. These visual aids made it evident that proximity to electronic devices could elevate brain activity levels, depicted in warmer colors. Remarkably, the introduction of Aires’ technology appeared to normalize this activity, with many scans showing a return to baseline levels or even better, an improvement.

Reflections from Dr. Dogris

Despite initial skepticism towards Aires’ products, Dr. Dogris acknowledged the compelling nature of the findings. He praised the statistical significance of the data collected, highlighting the potential of Aires’ technology to effectively counteract EMF emissions from phones and other electronic devices. This acknowledgment came from a place of seasoned expertise, lending considerable weight to the observed results.

Looking Forward

Motivated by the preliminary findings, Dr. Dogris expressed interest in conducting further studies under controlled conditions to explore the long-term benefits of Aires’ products on cognitive performance and overall well-being. This forward-looking stance underscores the importance of ongoing research in the intersection of technology and health.

The Takeaway

The 2022 EEG brain scan demonstration serves as a pivotal moment in understanding the dynamic between electronic device usage and brain health. With Aires’ technology showing promise in mitigating adverse effects, the project offers hope and a call to action for more informed use of technology. To delve deeper into the science of EEG and the specifics of our findings, visit our blog for comprehensive insights and analyses.