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eSmartr Sleev featuring Cognitive Boost Technology™

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How Cognitive Boost Technology™ Works

The proprietary Cognitive Boost Technology™ neuro-tech pattern is embedded inside every eSmartr Sleev.  Using Tactile Stimulation, this pattern activates receptors in the skin that encode a matrix of neuro-signals which are sent through somatosensory pathways from the forearm to the brain. These neuro-signals trigger a neuro-response that may result in enhanced cognitive function of the relevant neural networks.

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At eSmartr, we've worked with neuroscience leaders at The Applied Neuroscience Research Institute to test, record and validate the positive results of Cognitive Boost Technology.  Using a combination of FDA cleared 19-channel QEEG headsets and NeuroGuide™ clinical brain mapping software, the gold standard used by the the military, universities and medical institutions worldwide, 20 subjects were observed with and without the eSmartr Sleev.  Through a variety of brain scans, we are able to document incredible results after wearing the technology for only a 20 minute time period.

See the clinical white paper studies from Dr. Robert W. Thatcher, Ph.D. and The Applied Neuroscience Research Institute here.

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Cognitive Boost Technology is beyond disruptive with an opportunity to provide optimal neural performance and elevate the mind's natural ability. Users may see improved concentration, memory and information processing with a natural, safe solution.

The CBT Neuro-Pathway

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ENCODING

Sensory Information is activated and encoded by Mechanoreceptor Neurons.

Receptors have an integrative relationship in coding sensory information as described by theories of “Sparse Coding" and “Population Coding". Using Tactile Stimulation, Cognitive Boost Technology activates an encoded neuro-signal from nerve receptors on the forearm.

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FILTERING

Sensory Information is filtered at the AP of the Brainstem, filtering noise from actionable information.

Actionable information is directed to related areas such as Entorhinal Cortex and then Hippocampus and Cerebral Cortex.

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DECODING

Entorhinal Cortex helps regulate and decode processes related to Hippocampus and Cerebral Cortex.

The “code” from Cognitive Boost Technology may aid in regulating the functions of these designated areas - specifically Executive Function, Attention, Memory and Information Flow.

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