Each client’s EEG signals are unique to them and constantly changing. The LENS measures the ever changing signals of the client and matches the feedback to the client’s own physiological (neurological) fingerprint.
Unlike the LENS sessions, traditional neurofeedback sessions require conscious effort and attention to stimuli by the client. Traditional neurofeedback sessions last 45-60 minutes each, and results are typically attained over 40 or more sessions.
The LENS, however, does not require any focused attention, and the client does not need to do anything specific during the session.
The LENS sessions are:
- Gentle: the client often feels nothing
- Brief: lasting between a few seconds to a few minutes
- Effective: results are typically seen in one to four sessions
- Efficient: eleven is the average number of total sessions per client
Ease and effectiveness makes the LENS an excellent option for most individuals, especially those who are unable to attend for lengthy periods of time and/or who are unable to understand instructions.