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Brain Mapping

We have been carrying out brain research (QEEG) at Atlantis and MBL since 1997. Brain mapping (3D map of the brain) is a branch of functional neurology.

It allows us to see, in color, the proper functioning of the brain and the areas that are not functioning properly. The results are compared with those of a person in the same age group who has no problems (statistics). The difference between the two is indicated in color. We obtain this information for different brain areas.

 

This way the therapist immediately knows which areas are weakest and need to be stimulated. From there, we can develop a precise and objective therapeutic plan. We carry out a new brain mapping after six months to analyze the differences.

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Delta-waves: 0,5 – 4 waves per second. 

 

These are very slow waves and they are mainly active when we fall asleep and stay asleep. They should therefore not be too dominant throughout the day, since they slow down the functioning and speed of the brain.

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Thèta-waves: 4 – 8 waves per second. 

 

These waves are associated with fantasy, imagination and dreams.

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Alpha-waves: 8 – 12 waves per second.

Alpha waves are detected when we are 'awake' and alert, so that all our senses can properly absorb outside information.

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Bèta-waves: 12 – 30 waves per second. 

These are very fast waves, which are important for higher mental processes and concentration. The betas, combined with the alphas, are the so-called 'work waves'. 

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