The Table of Contents is your friend…
Our Blog is a bit different from other blogs in that we don’t consider the posts as being time dependent. While new findings are sometimes the topic of a post, we consider the posts timeless. That is – the most informative articles may not be the most recent. Additionally, the overall comprehensive nature of the Blog might be difficult to grasp if you are scrolling through the first few posts. So here is a table of contents for your convenience and hopefully, it will give the reader a quick overview of the Blog contents and a way to get to articles/posts that sound interesting. Some topics listed here do not have Blog posts yet. Perhaps the best way to view the blog is as a book-in-progress with each blog post as a chapter.
Chapter 1. Intro to the Brain Gauge
Chapter 2. Cliff Notes version. What does the Brain Gauge do anyways?
Chapter 3. Brain Gauge Origins.
Chapter 4. The Brain Gauge is a functional measure. What does that mean?
Chapter 5. Why test with the Brain Gauge? The problem with self-perception as a measure of brain health – the boiling frog syndrome.
Chapter 6. How do we test brain function with the Brain Gauge? The concept.
Chapter 7. How often should you test your brain function?
Frequency of testing brain function can be analogous to weighing yourself.
Chapter 8. Are new measures readily accepted?
Chapter 9 Measures.
Chapter 9.1 Speed measure. Reaction Time & Reaction time variability
Chapter 9.1.1 Technical aspects of obtaining Reaction Time and why the Brain Gauge is literally 100-1000x better than its competitors.
Chapter 9.1.2 Are we getting dumber? Bad things happen in publications when technology falls short.
Chapter 9.2 Accuracy
Chapter 9.3 Plasticity
Chapter 9.4 Temporal Order Judgement (TOJ)
Chapter 9.5 Connectivity measure
Chapter 9.6 Timing Perception
Chapter 9.7 Measuring Neuroinflammation
Chapter 9.8 Focus (In Preparation)
Chapter 9.9 Fatigue (In Preparation)
Chapter 9.10 The Cortical Metric
Chapter 9.11 How do your Brain Gauge scores compare to everyone else’s?
Chapter 10 Applications
Chapter 10.1 Concussion
Chapter 10.1.1 Problems with concussion testing in sports.
Chapter 10.1.2 Going head-to-head with other cognitive scoring systems: case study
Chapter 10.1. 3 Case Study: Getting back on your feet
Chapter 10.1.4 Using PEMF to treat traumatic brain injury
Chapter 10.1.5 Impact of chronic concussion
Chapter 10.1.6 Brain Gauge Concussion Scoring
Chapter 10.1.7 A summary of the results from an ongoing concussion study.
Chapter 10.1.8 Case study: Improvements in Brain Gauge performance parallel mTBI recover
Chapter 10.1.9 Case Study: NUCCA treatment leads to neurological improvement
Chapter 11. Pain
Chapter 11.2 How does the sense of touch differ from all other senses?
Chapter 11.3 Tracking Recovery from Chronic Pain with a Brain Gauge
Chapter 11.4 Treating chronic pain with tactile discrimination?
Chapter 11.5 Pain – does anyone know how to treat it? Or maybe a better question is – did anyone ever successfully treat it?
Chapter 12. Autism
Chapter 12.1 Autism, GABA and the Brain Gauge: the history of our scientific efforts in the field. The Brain Gauge methods predicted GABA deficits in autism that were later validated.
Chapter 12.2 Autism: What kind of results could you expect from the Brain Gauge?
Chapter 13. Supplements and Nootropics
Chapter 13.1 The Brain Gauge: an Effective Tool for Biohackers
Chapter 13.2 Biohacking: A sample step by step guide to user your Brain Gauge to monitor your brain health.
Chapter 13.3 The Tuning Curve: More of a good thing isn’t always better!
Chapter 13.4 Are my supplements working?
Chapter 13.5 Caffeine: The World's Oldest Nootropic
Chapter 13.6 The Safest and Most Effective Nootropic
Chapter 13.7 Is Sleep a Form of Biohacking?
Chapter 13.8 Diet case study: The greatest thing since slicing bread from my diet
Chapter 13.9 Stand Up For Better Brain Health
Chapter 13.10 The Need for Speed
Chapter 13.11 Find out why biohackers are going nuts for this superfood
Chapter 14. Aging
Chapter 14.1 Why the Brain Gauge works for people of all ages.
Chapter 14.2 Aging and brain plasticity: what causes the decline?
Chapter 14.3 Alzheimer’s and Diabetes: Cause or Effect?
Chapter 14.4 TBI, TBI severity and dementia: what is the relationship?
Chapter 14.5 Promising results with Pre-Parkinson’s disease.
Chapter 14.6 Mushrooms, Alzheimer’s and improving brain health through diet.
Chapter 15. Other stuff that might be of interest…
Chapter 15.1 Can HRV be used to monitor brain functions like the Brain Gauge?
Chapter 15.2 Effects of Alcohol on College-Age Brains
Chapter 15.3 The Impact of Cough Syrup on Plasticity. Demonstration of the Brain Gauge as a sensitive tool to neurophysiological change.
Chapter 15.4 Telemedicine and Remote Testing with Brain Gauge
Chapter 15.5 Measuring and managing stress and anxiety
Chapter 15.6 Weeding through the latest in Cannabinoid research