What is an EEG?
An EEG (or Electroencephalogram) is a method of detecting the electrical activity of your brain and has been in clinical use for nearly a hundred years.
Usually, up to 32 small electrodes are positioned over your scalp and moistened with normal saline (salt water, as in contact lens solution) or a conductive gel applied.
Nurochek uses only five electrodes over the back of your scalp (corresponding to where visual processing occurs).
Using Nurochek, no hair needs to be shaved or sticky conductive gel applied.
The foam cylinders detect tiny electrical charges that result from the activity of your brain.