Testimonials"I must tell you that I absolutely love the laxman system. I purchased this system without really knowing what to expect, and it has been a wonderful investment.
I have shown it to many people, all of whom were amazed at how relaxing the sessions were."
Phenomenal machine! I just purchased mine last week and I'm already more focused and relaxed.
Many parents see themselves helpless in the face of their ADHD-affected child. But what to do? In many cases, there is no other solution than to help the child with medication. But there are non-drug supplements that achieve good additional effects with many children. The affected children (or adults) simply lack the necessary concentration. The Laxman is a good way to encourage your child's concentration with the good concept of frequency matching. It also has sessions specially created for children. Those sessions are e.g. combined with a radio play and are thus a pleasant way to increase the child?s concentration without further effort or drug concentration.
Dr. Ruth Olmstead, Ph.D., Walden University, USA
Dr. Olmstead has found out in a study with 30 children diagnosed with ADHD that used an AVS technology that those children were after 6 weeks significantly better in focusing than before the test phase.
It was "practiced" six weeks twice a week for 35 minutes.
The children aged between 6 and 16 showed significant improvements in the following key areas:
- Psychomotor speed
- The ability to track and process orders
- Reduction of distractibility
- Increase in the attention control
- Increase in cognitive processing speed (faster thinking)
Especially the younger children achieved exceptionally good results.
Dr. Olmstead ascribes this phenomenon to the fact that the brain at a young age is still very vivid and thus more able to react more sensitively to the special light and sound impulses.
In addition, the younger children did not suffer so much from the depressing effects of learning disabilities such as :
- reading disabilities
and the ADS itself
Source: WALDEN UNIVERSITY , USA 2003
( www.crealern.de/mind-explorer/ )