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How You Can Measure Brain Function at Home

Have you ever wondered how your brain was functioning? This is especially important after a concussion. Many people worry about senior moments. Now you can actually measure brain function.
How You Can Measure Brain Function at Home
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For decades, scientists thought of the brain as something of a black box. You could see inputs and outputs, but figuring out what was going on inside was too difficult. However, that is starting to change. Testing brain function is still complicated. If you want to know how well your brain is working you generally need to visit a neurologist, undergo a battery of expensive tests and maybe even have a CT scan or an MRI. Until now it has been impossible to measure brain function at home.

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Our radio show and podcast sponsor has changed the game with special technology that utilizes the sense of touch to measure brain function. The Brain Gauge looks a lot like a computer mouse, but it has two buttons that buzz your fingers. How your brain senses these vibrations can reveal a great deal about neural connections. Are you intrigued?

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You can learn more at GaugeYourBrain.com. This device can be used by physicians, scientists or ordinary people like you and me. It can tell a lot about brain functionality.

For example, someone who has experienced a concussion or traumatic brain injury will be able to assess recovery. Other conditions that may benefit from this new technology to measure brain function include ADHD, diabetes, OCD, migraine and pain. It also helps evaluates cognitive function.

Medications may have unrecognized effects on brain physiology. The Brain Gauge can detect subtle changes due to medicines, sleep and meditation. To learn more about how to measure brain function at home or in the clinic, check out GaugeYourBrain.com at this link. Health professionals who see patients may also be interested in this intriguing brain-testing system.

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About the Author
Joe Graedon is a pharmacologist who has dedicated his career to making drug information understandable to consumers. His best-selling book, The People’s Pharmacy, was published in 1976 and led to a syndicated newspaper column, syndicated public radio show and web site. In 2006, Long Island University awarded him an honorary doctorate as “one of the country's leading drug experts for the consumer.” .
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