Overview



Fp1
Attention, concentration, focus (logical attention)
Fp2
Sense of self, controlling impulses, calming (emotional attention)
F7
Verbal expression
F3
Motor – motor preparation of RUE
Fz
Motor both lower extremities, midline
F4
Motor – motor preparation of LUE
F8
Emotional expression
T3
Memory L hemisphere/ word retrieval, reading comprehension (logical memory)
C3
Sensorimotor integration RUE
Cz
Sensorimotor integration midline LE’s
C4
Sensorimotor integration LUE
T4
Memory R hemisphere (emotional memory)
T5
Word recognition, logical understanding, auditory processing
P3

Pz

P4

T6
Symbol recognition, emotional understanding
O1
Vision – R ½ space
O2
Vision – L ½ space








Hypofunctional abnormalities

Brain area 10/10 Designation Behavioral correlate of that area
Left prefrontal FP1 Attention
Right prefrontal FP2 Judgment, response inhibition
Left frontal F3 Motor planning right hand
Right frontal F4 Motor planning left hand
Left lateral frontal F7 Expressive speech
Right lateral frontal F8 Expression of emotions
Left mid-temporal T3 Verbal memory
Right mid-temporal T4 Emotional memory
Left central C3 Sensorimotor integration right hand
Right central C4 Sensorimotor integration left hand
Left parietal P3 Cognitive processing of language
Right parietal P4 Cognitive processing of spatiotemporal information
Left posterior temporal T5 Verbal understanding, word recognition
Right posterior temporal T6 Emotional understanding, word recognition
Left occipital O1 Visual processing right hemifield
Right occipital O1 Visual processing left hemifield
Mid-frontal Fz Working memory
Mid-central Cz Sensorimotor integration midline legs
Mid-parietal Pz Cognitive processing, Interhemispheric (thinking speed)




Hyperfunctional abnormalities

Many of these localized
hyperfunctions had been
previously identified using
fMRI or other imaging
procedures before being
correlated with an excess of
high frequency beta activity in
that area
Brain area 10/10 Designation Clinical symptom which correlates
Left frontopolar P1 Hyperfocused ADD
Right frontopolar FP2 Hypersensitivity, impulsive behavior
Left frontal F3 Spasticity, right upper extremity
Right frontal F4 Spasticity, left upper extremity
Left lateral frontal F7 Excessive speech activity
Right lateral frontal F8 Excessive emotional responses
Left mid-temporal T3 Rumination (ideas), auditory hallucinations
Right mid-temporal T4 Rumination (emotions, music) auditory hallucinations
Left central C3 Tics, tremors, obsessive/compulsive behavior
Right central C4 Tics, tremors, obsessive/compulsive behavior
Left parietal P3 Complex hallucinations (auditory and visual),
increased tone right upper extremity
Right parietal P4 Complex hallucinations (auditory and visual),
increased tone left upper extremity
Left occipital O1 Visual hallucinations
Right occipital O2 Visual hallucinations
Mid-frontal Fz Spasticity lower extremities
Mid-central Cz Tics, tremors, obsessive/compulsive behavior
Mid parietal Pz Complex hallucinations (auditory and visual),

increased tone of legs, gait difficulty




Frontal

Central

Supplementary Motor Area (SMA)


The supplementary motor area contains a crude representation of the body. General movements in space and esp. of hands and fingers. Through medial walls of the anterior portion of the hemispheres the SMA, through its interconnections is involved with the synthesis of motor, sensory and emotional information.

This way movements become emotionally charged

Motivational significance assigned to external perceptions or particular motor activities.

SMA is like the reset button.


The attenuation of the thalamic gate

is indicated by the appearance of this rhythm. Quieting down the thalamus

All rhythms are regulated by this rhythm. Heart rate goes down.

Good against allergies. Works most dramatically on autoimmune problemsof all programs. Chronic pain

Contraindication: hypotonic muscles, depression. This more involved in tissue and cell memory.
Treatment:

CzA1 or SMA/A1.

Reward13.5-14.5. Could be a good starting program (it is gentle, it is effective and it is different from C3C4 training.)

Ratio: 14/1-32
Indication: Low Beta1 at this site
  • Contraindication: cerebral palsy, spasticity, hypotonia.
  • Applications: Epilepsy, ADD/ADHD, Learning disability, Tourettes, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Laryngeal dyskinesia, Sleep Disorder

Parietal

Occipita

Temporal


Site
Brodman’s Area
Function
Fpz
10
Poor response inhibition
Fp1
10
Verbal component, episodic retrieval of visual working memory
Fp2
10
Face and object processing, emotional inhibition, verbal episodic memory
F7
45
Visual and auditory / spatial memory. Face processing, emotional processing. Sustained attention. Names to faces
F8
47
Working and visual, spatial memory
F3
8,9
Verbal episodic retrieval.
F4
8,9
Semantic retrieving (meaning to things), vigilance area, impulse control. Rageaholics.
Fz
8,9
Anterior cingulated, internal vs. external attention, Personality changes
C3

Short term memory, Sensory motor
Cz
4, 3, 12
Basal ganglia, Substantia nigra
C4
4, 3

T3
21
Language comprehension
T4
21
Personality,
T5
37
Short term memory, meaning construction (dyslexia)
T6
37
Emotional content, long term memory.
P3
7
Acalcula, meaning construction perseverance
Pz

Agnosia, apraxia
P4

Visual-spatial sketch
O1, O2

Visual processing, procedural memory, dreaming, phobia of speaking in public
Oz

Visual processing, big theta bursts in hallucinations.








Neurobit Treatment Schemes



Location of the head electrode
Simplified* formula of the target variable
Reinforced band (Hz)
Suppressed band (Hz)‡
Default session duration (min.)
Range of effects
Remarks
Depth
CZ or PZ
relative† level in high Theta / low Alpha band
6-9
3-5.5
45
  • deep relaxation
  • mind/body integration
  • self-regulation
  • well-being
  • meditation
  • hypnagogic imagery
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Especially good, when you fill exhausted or disregulated. Session is done with closed eyes, maybe additionally covered with hand; or in dimmed place. You can lie down. Good time may be the middle of daily activity. The same protocol can also be helpful in classical meditation.
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Alpha-theta
PZ or CZ
relative levels in Alpha and Theta bands (two target variables)
5.5-8,
8-11

3-5.5
45
  • visualization
  • meditation
  • creativity
  • enhanced art performance
  • inner awareness
  • access to normally unconscious contents
  • recovery from trauma or addictions
  • mind/body integration
Session is done with closed eyes, usually reclining or with meditative posture. Recommended in periods, when you face some psychological challenge. Or regularly, for better performance and/or as a support for meditation.
Relax
PZ or CPZ
relative level of the Alpha waves
8-11
-
30
  • general mental relaxation
  • immunity to stress
  • reduction in stress effects
  • freedom from fear
  • creativity
  • memory
Best in the afternoon. Session is done with closed eyes. Recommended especially, when you are feeling burn out, overloaded, you are experiencing "races of thoughts", you are feeling anxious or annoyed. Also when you face creative challenges.
Focus
PZ or CPZ
relative level of waves from the upper Alpha subband
10-13
-
15
  • concentration (focus)
  • psychological endurance
  • freedom from fear and stage fright
  • self-confidence
  • self-awareness
  • memory
  • response time
Particularly adequate before public speeches, important meetings, sports achievements. (Also recommended for situations aforementioned for the Relax protocol.)
Peak
CZ, CPZ or C4
relative level of SMR waves
12-15
-
10
  • psychophysical integration
  • emotional intelligence
  • sensual sensitivity
  • response time
  • precision
  • self-control
  • bright mood
Recommended among other things before negotiations, as well as artistic performances, for improvement in mood and interpersonal relations.
Attention
CZ or CPZ
quotient of the SMR and the Theta levels
12-15
4-8
10
  • attention
  • reduction of the number of errors
  • perceptiveness
  • efficiency of learning
  • making decisions.
Good especially for learning or study, or before long periods of driving.
Energy
C3
relative level in 15..18Hz band
15-18
-
6
  • alertness
  • attention
  • energy
  • clarity
  • concentration on surroundings
Best in the morning, when a lot of matters await you.
Monitor
CZ or other site
relative levels in 4 brainwave bands
4-8
8-12
12-15
15-28

45
Protocol intended for brainwave monitoring in 4 basic EEG bands: Theta, Alpha, SMR (Beta1) and Beta (Beta2-4). It detects and signals a dominant brainwave band.