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Neuro Stimulation

Stimulate the 4  ZONE s of flow 

Real Sports or ESports performance

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Neuro-Stimulate the brain (tDCS)
 

Neuro-Stimulation (tDCS)  is a proven technique to improve sports performance 

  • Neuro-Stim once a day before training 

  • Train as normally, with a focus and flow

  • Accelerate in real time training and skill 

  • Faster reactions

  • Improve decision making

  • Track your performance to see progress

 

Use Neuro-Stim (tDCS)  within the Training & Competition Zone

Recent studies in 2022 have proved cranial stimulation and physical or visualisation helps neuralplasticity with improved skill acquisition, focus and endurance.

Performance Academy

Scientific evidence of tDCS Esports & conventional sports
 

A scientific study Neuro-Stim (tDCS) with more than 17,000 data points per subject showed

  • Increase in high scores  - 12,9%

  • Improved reaction time - up to 20ms 

  • Improved accuracy & decisions - 7%  

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Sensational Science

Neuro-stimulation with Neuro-Sports 

Combining tDCS with training is safe and effective

 

Enhancing the time you spend on practice and periodise your practice,

 

Combining the correct training module & model to optimise natural brain activity

 The Science of Neuro-Stimulation with tDCS

1. Neuro-Stimulation tDCS

Electrodes deliver a microcurrent to the regions of the brain that include attention, motor control, working memory and creativity. 

2. Neural plasticity enhanced with tDCS

 

T​he brain is constantly evolving and adapts to demands that it receives.

Neuroplasticity is the brain physically changing and creating new connections to improve information processing capabilities. 

tDCS enhances neuroplasticity by accelerating the rate of change and working with the brain to reach higher levels of connectivity faster.

While you game, several brain areas and networks are active. PlatoGame’s electrodes deliver a microcurrent to the regions of the brain that include attention, motor control, working memory and creativity. 

3. Use Neuro-Stimulation. prior to a training session or priming for competition.

Practising a specific skill or a game forms a new pattern of activity in the brain which will over time create new connections to facilitate improved performance.