App Recharges The Brain???

Can a mobile app recharge one’s brain? Make one more focused? Help one to achieve goals beyond one’s wildest expectations? BrainTap Technologies says its BrainTap Pro mobile app helps users activate their brain’s peak potential in minutes. According to the company, the app is a quick and easy way to relax, reboot and revitalize—anytime, anywhere. Allegedly, backed by neuroscience and research, "braintapping" is proven to help people who struggle with stress, difficulty sleeping, low energy, and other lifestyle challenges.

 

The BrainTap Pro is a mind-development tool designed to help users de-stress while achieving physical, mental, and emotional balance. The subscription-based app is an all-natural, drug-free solution that guides the mind from awake and reactionary to an intuitive, creative state where super-learning, and healing can occur. Using frequency-following technology as well as guided visualization, the app gives anyone the ability to achieve the mental state they want in mere minutes.

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While other apps only focus on one brainwave, such as alpha waves that calm and soothe, BrainTap is based on the understanding that no complex human task has only one brainwave state but rather a symphony of waves working together. The app takes the user through specially designed programs and offers bundles of sessions customized to specific goals, whether it is to kickstart productivity in the morning, alleviate stress after work, unwind before bed, or to recharge and focus midday. For more details, visit BrainTap Technologies

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