NATURALLY IMPROVE YOUR MENTAL PERFORMANCE
WITH OUR SKIN-TO-BRAIN TECHNOLOGY
The eSmartr Smart Compression Sleeve uses skin receptors on the forearm to generate "skin-to-brain" neural signals, telling your brain's cognitive networks to function more efficiently. The result is a 100% natural, drug-free solution to improved mindfulness.
BETTER FOCUS WHEN YOU PLAY, LEARN, CREATE
Get in the zone faster. Stay in the zone longer. With increased attention and memory, Cognitive Boost Technology delivers a smarter way to minimize outside distractions and keep your head in the game.
Unlock your learning potential and build confidence through increased attention and ability to retain and process information. For students and business people of all levels, these are critical in understanding and executing details from written and verbal instructions.
Enhance your creative development. Naturally optimize neural performance with increased attention and processing of information. Cognitive Boost Technology maximizes focus in the moment while limiting outside distractions.
Give Your Brain a Boost
How Does it Work?
The proprietary Cognitive Boost Technology™ pattern embedded in every Sleeve is designed to optimize neural communications for improved mindful wellness. Through vibrotactile stimulation, skin receptors are triggered to generate a combination of signals. These signals are processed by the cognitive networks to allow users to naturally experience their passions more fully with focus, clarity, and calmness.
COGNITIVE BOOST TECHNOLOGY (CBTTM)
Cognitive Boost Technology™ is a non-invasive, drug-free approach to naturally improving your cognition, safely helping you to:
Feel less stressed
Stay in the zone
CBT stimulates a specific pattern of nerves in the forearm, creating a signal that the brain translates into improved cognitive function and more mindful wellness.
Sensory Information is activated and encoded by Mechanoreceptor Neurons. Receptors have an integrative relationship in coding sensory information as described by theories of “Sparse Coding" and “Population Coding". Using Tactile Stimulation,
Sensory Information is filtered at the AP of the Brainstem, filtering noise from actionable information. Actionable information is directed to related areas such as Entorhinal Cortex and then Hippocampus and Cerebral Cortex.
Entorhinal Cortex helps regulate and decode processes related to Hippocampus and Cerebral Cortex. The “code” from Cognitive Boost Technology may aid in regulating the functions of these designated areas - specifically Executive Function, Attention, Memory, and Information Flow.
eSmartr worked with neuroscience leaders at The Applied Neuroscience Research Institute to test, record, and validate the results of Cognitive Boost Technology. Working with 20 subjects and running a variety of brain scans, we observed their cognitive benefits after wearing the eSmartr Sleeve for just 20 minutes. Download Clinical study
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