Halo Sport is designed to improve the efficiency of training and acts, specifically, in the brain to amplify its natural plasticity. Through the neurostimulation made by this revolutionary equipment, a hyperplasticity of the brain is reached, which amplifies the brain’s ability to learn and adapt to performance training. All this helps athletes to get better results, much faster. The equipment is considered 100% safe and enhances efficiency in sports at the elite level. On their way to excellence, performance athletes use various holistic methods that directly or indirectly influence their brains. These methods include: meditation, visualization and acupuncture. However, they have effects at a certain level. They are not as effective as Halo Sport, which offers results obtained after decades of research and medical studies. Although it is recommended for performance athletes who need visible results, Halo Sport equipment can be a real help for anyone.
Benefits without side effects
Halo Sport is based on decades of scientific research into non-invasive brain stimuli. In fact, more than 2,000 scientific papers and articles talk about efficiency, reliability and safety for this revolutionary equipment.
A two-year study of 1,010 people using Halo neurostimulation technology shows the safety and effects observed. Each of the 1010 subjects was evaluated after stimulation to identify side effects and risks. In addition to the overall assessment, subjects were specifically interviewed for any scalp injury, headache, scalp pain, and seizures.
A total of 557 subjects received active stimulation, while 453 subjects were stimulated transcranially. Transcranial electrical stimulation is a technique increasingly used to induce neural plasticity in the human brain. Most of the side effects reported were headaches (2% in active stimulation and 3.8% in transcranial stimulation). Scalp pain was also reported in 1.1% of active stimulation subjects, and 3.8% for those who were transcranially stimulated. No burning or other sensations were reported. All these results obtained from very thorough tests recommend this equipment as 100% safe to use.
Direct transcranial stimulation has already been moved from the laboratory to people who need it. This non-invasive form of brain stimulation has demonstrated in a series of experiments, on humans and animals, for almost 5 decades, how it acts on the physiology of the brain, cognitive functions and behavior. Even if the effects of this equipment vary from individual to individual, it is not wrong to say that Halo Sport amplifies the performance of all people. It is not just for performance athletes. In a society where success is sometimes sought without too much effort, the performance achieved with the help of such technologies – well tolerated, relatively cheap and available – is particularly attractive.
Movement is particularly complex: every time the body moves, tens of thousands of neurons transmit signals. The human body is endowed with about 100 billion neurons, of which only 11 billion are in the cerebral cortex. Neurons have a great ability to transmit electrochemical signals. Whether we train for a marathon, study a piano piece, or work, our brains need stimulation. The unique ability of the brain to adjust – plasticity – helps a lot to achieve the desired results.
Plasticity is how our brain can strengthen the relationships between neurons and even form new functional pathways. Through this process, one progresses from an average level of movement of the beginner to the strong and precise movements of a professional.
At the same time, by stimulating the cortex, the muscles will be much more efficient and will reach a better performance in different ways.
Motor skills rely on the brain to send signals to the correct groups of muscles and parts of the muscle in the correct order. Through plasticity, our brain is able to ensure the ability of neurons to work together for precise results, regardless of the activities performed.
Neurons can change their state by sending sequences of electrical pulses in various temporal patterns in the presence of external stimuli such as light, sound or taste. It is known that stimulus information is encoded in the pattern of action potential and is sent throughout the brain. In fact, it has been found that muscles are moved by this action potential and motor neurons that serve to turn the action potential generated by the brain into muscle contractions.
Resistance is based on the motor cortex to repeat an action for a longer period of time. Basically, every time we take a step, swim, pedal, etc., our brain and muscles consume energy. Through plasticity, our training is much more efficient and reduces the energy that would be consumed for each action, thus allowing endurance for a longer period of time.
If through plasticity the brain can be so effective in hyperplasticity, its adjustment is much finer and faster, which means amazing results! And these results are goals that any person, sportsman or not, wants.