Articles (Organized by topic) 

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Affective Disorders & AVE

ALERT PRO. We have a new "brain training" system available called the Alert Pro. It has Cranial Electrical Stimulation (CES). Check out this article that reviews the research supporting this device.

Audio Visual Brainwave Entrainment (AVE) -- See list below

Attention & Learning

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Dental studies & AVE

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Eyeglasses (Safety of Tri-View Omniscreen Eyesets)

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Glasses (Safety of Tri-View Omniscreen Eyesets)

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Health & nutrition articles-- See below

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Omniscreen Eyesets (Safety of Tri-View Omniscreen Eyesets)

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Parenting articles-- See below
Personal Achievement articles-- See below

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Seasonal Affective Disorder & AVE 
Stress Reduction articles-- See below

Scientific Articles

AVE Articles (Audio Visual Entrainment)

Article One by Dave Siever. "Audio-Visual Entrainment: History and Physiological Mechanisms" as published in the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) publication, "Biofeedback Magazine" Volume 31, Number 2 (Summer, 2003) Click here to download pdf format

Article Two by Dave Siever. "Audio-Visual Entrainment: Dental Studies" as published in the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) publication, "Biofeedback Magazine" Volume 31, Number 3 (Fall, 2003)
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Article Three by Dave Siever. "Audio-Visual Entrainment: Applying Audio-Visual Entrainment Technology For Attention and Learning" as published in the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) publication, "Biofeedback Magazine" Volume 31, Number 4 (Winter, 2003)
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Article Four by Dave Siever. "Audio-Visual Entrainment:  The Application of Audio-Visual Entrainment for the Treatment of Seasonal Affective Disorder" as published in the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) publication, "Biofeedback Magazine" Volume 32, Number 4 (Winter, 2004)
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Article Five by Dave Siever.  "Audio-Visual Entrainment:  The Neurobiology of Affective Disorders and Clinical Implications of Audio-Visual Entrainment"  Click here to download pdf format

Article Six by Dave Siever. "Audio-Visual Entrainment:  The Application of Audio-Visual Entrainment for the Treatment of Seniors' Issues"  as published in the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) publication, "Biofeedback Magazine" Volume 33, Number 3 and Volume 34, Volume 2. Click here to download pdf

Article Seven by Dave Siever. "Audio-Visual Entrainment:  Finding a Treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder"
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Article Eight by Dave Siever. "Audio-Visual Entrainment:  Safety and Tru-Vu Omniscreen Eyesets."
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Feature Articles


Stress Reduction Articles

"Is Stress Imaginary, Or All In Your Head?" A Gulf War veteran experiences a "fight or flight" reaction on his wedding day. His story shows that stress is physical reaction in the body to something real or imagined.

"Good Stress, Bad Stress: Finding Your Creative Genius Somewhere Inbetween." Stress is like a violin. If the strings are too tight, they’ll snap. If the strings are too loose, they won’t produce sound at all. The right amount of tension lies somewhere in between the two extremes.

Five Instant 'Stress Soothers' for Counteracting Negative Emotions Practical suggestions for dealing with thoughts, feelings or impulses that attempt to hijack your mind, body and emotions.

Stress & the Mind-Body Connection Almost fifty years ago, Dr. Hans Selye developed his now-famous theory about stress and the mind-body connection. He contends that disease is the body’s inability to deal with mental, emotional or physical stress. Dr. Selye says all illness is caused by a lack of energy. Evidently, emotional and mental stress is the greatest energy drainer in our lives. Over time, stress wears down the immune system, and causes us to eventually become sick.

Ten Signs of Excessive Stress and Four "Secret Tactics" to Get Things Under Control. Learn how to recognize stress and instantly turn things around.

The Power of Awareness Half of the battle in reducing stress may be increasing our awareness of how we react to people and situations.

Dealing with Anxiety. A reader asks for advice for dealing with anxiety attacks. Find out why a "relaxation trigger" may be just what he needs.

Understanding stress and it's effect on the body. Stress is caused by both good and bad experiences. A good experience releases "feel good" endorphins and triggers euphoria and energy to perform at your best. Stress also triggers the "fight or flight response" which gives you a burst of adrenalin to run away or fight.

Stress & You. This short article examines the emotional, cognitive and physical consequences of unmanaged stress.

Personal Achievement Articles

How to get along with difficult people. Is there a difficult person in your life? No matter what you do, this person is angry, disrespectful, or mean-spirited. How should you respond?

How to excercise your brain while driving. Check out this simple technique that is easy, effortless and fun. Who would have guessed that you can excercise your brain while driving!

Goal setting: The Magic is in the List. Forget those weird ideas you've read in personal achivement books (such as making an invisble "g" in the air with your finger.) The real magic is in making a list, taking action and adjusting your approach until you get the results you want.

How to Eat An Elephant Discover how you can accomplish elephant-sized tasks without feeling overwhelmed or intimidated.

Emile Coué & Power Of Affirmmations Discover the power of affirmmations, and use them to program yourself for success.

Power of Gratitude Have you ever been grateful for hardships or challenges? That’s a tough one.

Parenting Articles

Think & Act like a Winner: Using Videogames to Teach Kids about success in school, home & life. If you think about it, videogames teach kids at least five winning concepts.

How to Get Your Child's Attention When They're Engrossed in a Video Game. Try the “Pause and Eyeball” technique. When your child is looking at you (visual) and listening (auditory,) then they’re more likely to obey your commands.

Gamblers and abstainers. Have you ever thought of children as a risk?

The Barney Cure: A Cooperation Technique for Preschoolers Here is an amusing technique that motivates your preschooler to cooperate without a hitch.

Kids Say the Darndest Things! Remember the TV show “Kids Say The Darndest Things?” The premise of the show was asking children innocent questions, and discovering their answers to be far-fetched, creative, or downright cute. Sometimes, I play the same game with my kids. If you need a good laugh, check out this article.

Frustrated with housework? Every week, Moms do unpleasant tasks like cleaning the toilet, picking up messes and washing dishes. Wouldn’t it be great if we could find a way to make these jobs easier… or even fun? Here are some practical suggestions for keeping your wits with housework.

Acceptance, Appreciation and Approval. Love your children by giving them these three A+ values.

Health & Nutrition Articles

Sugar's Sweet Little Game of Deceit This article offers three compelling reasons to resist the sweet stuff.

Healing Power of Water. We’re all heard about drinking eight glasses of water a day. Is that really necessary? Learn how something so simple transforms our health and existence.

Laughter is good for you! Medical studies have shown that laughter exercises the lungs and circulatory system and increases the amount of oxygen in the blood.