Unlock the Power Within: Discover Profound Healing & Transformation with The Theta Chamber
The Theta Chamber is an innovative therapy designed to support mood and neurological health. Inspired by studies in electrophysiological oscillations, this unique device may assist with healthy neurochemistry and support positive mood.
The Theta Chamber delivers subtle but precisely tuned electrical impulses to target neural pathways and encourage normal function. Electrical and transcranial magnetic stimulation is shown to be therapeutically beneficial for patients affected by neurological disorders. Researchers suggest that these stimulation technologies may be invaluable tools for investigating nervous system functions.
How does the Theta Chamber work?
In a single session, the Theta Chamber can help to support the development of new neural pathways.
The Theta Chamber administers multiple applications in each session that are designed to encourage three main objectives:
- Induce a “theta brainwave state”, in which the brain is more conducive to learning and healing
- Assist the hypothalamus in producing healthy levels of serotonin, dopamine and other neurotransmitters
- Encourage the brain to create and use new, normal neural pathways (also known as “entrainment”)
Originally developed in 1989, the Theta Chamber has been shown to support normal and healthy brain chemistry. Findings to date suggest that brainwave entrainment is an effective therapeutic tool that may benefit those affected by cognitive functioning deficits, stress, pain, headache/migraines, PMS, and behavioral problems.
- Why Try Theta Chamber?
- Before Getting Into The Chamber
- Getting Ready for the Procedure
- Before Getting Into The Chamber
- Inner Voice Test | How it works
- Tones / Sounds
What are brainwaves?
Also referred to as neural oscillations, “brainwaves” occur throughout the central nervous system and at all levels, which can be measured by electroencephalography (EEG).
Electrophysiological oscillations have been associated with different roles in feedforward and feedback processes and to different cortical layers.
- Alpha activity (8-12 Hz) can be detected in the brain during relaxed wakefulness
- Beta (13-30 Hz) corresponds with mental alertness and concentration
Gamma (30-70 Hz) is associated with cognitive processing
- Theta (4-8 Hz) associated with relaxation and near-sleep
- Delta (1-4 Hz) occurs during sleep
What to experience inside the Chamber
Binaural Audio Frequency
A review published in the journal Frontiers in Psychiatry notes that several studies have reported binaural audio frequency stimulation to have a diminishing effect on anxiety levels.
Subtle pulses or “beats” are played through headphones. These slightly offset tones assist in bringing the brain into a Theta state.
Different frequencies can have different effects on brainwaves. For example, playing 300 Hz in one ear and 310 in the other results in a binaural audio frequency of 10 Hz.
These binaural audio frequencies support the synchronization of the cerebral hemispheres and help stimulate entrainment. This process can be deeply relaxing.
The spinning of the chamber helps to disorient the brain from its sense of time and space. At the same time, the spinning motion encourages the biomagnetic field to flow more effectively. This can assist in balancing the inner ear.
The patient may feel as if they are floating, which assists with further relaxation.
Cranial Frequency Stimulation
Cranial Frequency Stimulation is designed to support recovery from unhealthy habits and addictions. It also assists with mental and emotional difficulties, such as depression, anxiety and PTSD. These small perturbations of brain oscillations are suggested to have significant effects on normal resting state brain activity.
Cranial Frequency Stimulation produces a state of deep relaxation, which can assist in opening the mind and allowing healthy
Visual Light Pattern Stimulation
Sensory stimulation through light and sound are used to access pathways deep within the brain.
The brain is an electro-chemical instrument that constantly produces and receives signals from various regions of the brain and throughout the nervous system.