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    A vibrant and healthy aging experience.

    Understand the power of light and sound stimulation therapy to slow down cognitive decline.


    Neurons play a crucial role in how we acquire knowledge, think, and make sense of the world. We can observe neural activity by recording electrical signals from the scalp. They occur in the brain as waves and are categorized into different types of frequencies, such as delta, theta, alpha, beta, and gamma. Each type is associated with specific mental states, such as paying attention, sleeping, or remembering things. Studying these frequencies provides fundamental insight into how the brain works.

    In certain neurological diseases, such as Alzheimer's, neurons die, resulting in dysfunctional brain waves and cognitive impairments. However, non-invasive neuromodulation offers a promising therapeutic approach to modify and restore neural activity. Unlike invasive brain stimulation techniques that require penetration of the skull, this method allows for the modulation of neural activity without the need for surgery.

    Medical applications

    Neuromodulation paves the way for new therapeutic opportunities slowing down neurodegenerative diseases. Clinical trials using audiovisual neuromodulation techniques are currently underway to validate new treatments for Alzheimer's disease. (1)

    In 131.5 people with dementia, 60-80% suffer from Alzheimer's. In 2050, the social cost of neurodegenerative disease is expected to reach 3 trillion USD.

    Neural entrainment

    We employ a technique called multisensory stimulation, which uses flickering lights and sounds, to synchronize the activity of neurons at a certain frequency. This synchronization, known as "neural entrainment", has the potential to restore disrupted brain waves, improve cognitive functions like sleep and memory. (2)

    Participate in a clinical trial

    Clarity is currently recruiting participants for upcoming clinical trials in the United States. By participating, you will have the unique opportunity to contribute to the advancement of neuroscience and the discovery of innovative treatments. In addition, you may personally experience the benefits of our solutions on your own health.

    Registration for Clarity clinical trials will be available soon.