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SoftTouch™ Technology

Your personal brain health solution is now just a fingertip away. Designed for maximum comfort and convenience, our SoftTouch™ technology integrates therapy into fashion to provide unobstrusive brain care on-demand.

The special phase-change material optimizes temperature equalitzation and is ideal for moisture control and the release and absorption of light energy. 

 

How does it work? 

Transcranial Photobiomodulation (tPBM) therapy, which uses low-level near-infrared light to stimulate cells and tissues, has shown to have a wide range of benefits for the brain. The physiological benefits have been the subject of a rich literature of over 800 peer-reviewed papers on PubMed. 

Cellular Mechanism of NIR on Brain Cells

ATP Production 

Near-infrared light (NIR) energy is absorbed by mitochondria and converted into ATP, the main energy necessary for cells to function properly.  Dysfunctional mitochondrial activity can cause cells to undergo cell-death and neurodegeneration. 

ROS Production

Another byproduct of normal mitochondrial metabolis is the generation of immune-related reactive oxygen species (ROS), which can regulate cellular and tissue-level inflammation and improve cellular repair and healing.

Nitric Oxide 

The process also increases production of nitric oxide, which improves cerebral blood flow and circulation. The brain can’t truly be healthy if it does not have healthy blood flow and the lack of oxygen to the brain can cause fuzzy memory, forgetfulness, poor concentration, and even dementia. 

What’s Special About Near Infrared Light?

Compared to other wavelenths of light, Near Infrared Light (NIR) can penetrate deeper, delivering light energy through the skull to the brain. The allows neural changes to happen on the cellular level.

Brain Energy Production 

Cerebral Blood Flow

Neuroprotection, Neurogenesis

Peer-Reviewed Scientific Publications 

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