A self-help tool available 24/7/365 days of the year
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York (PRWEB) July 20, 2016
NeuView Incorporated just announced the launching of it's new website: http://www.neuviewptsd.com. Robert Buck, psychotherapist and inventor of NeuView Glasses, believes his specially designed sunglasses can help restore a sense of safety and well being to those who suffer with PTSD.
According to Buck, "When you have PTSD you no longer trust in your own ability to regulate your thoughts and emotions. You're at their mercy. It's scary and it's depressing."
He goes on to explain, "Neuroscientists are increasingly concluding this is a direct result of impaired inter-hemispheric connectivity. In other words, trauma has caused the two hemispheres of our brain to be out of sync. When that happens, our ability to accurately perceive and process reality is compromised, big time."
NeuView Glasses are designed to enhance the brain's ability to restore inter-hemispheric connectivity and communication.
The glasses, looking not all that different from a pair of wraparound sport sunglasses, are based upon the solid science of a leading neuro-researcher at Harvard Medical School, and have been endorsed by mental health professionals in the U.S. and abroad. The glasses have side sections that can be raised to let in more light on one side or the other. Because of their unique design, when more light is directed in from the side, it acts to stimulate that side of the brain opposite the light source. For example, when the right side window is raised, the left-brain is stimulated, and vice versa.
Buck explains, "With the glasses, we are able to selectively stimulate the hemispheres which results in an increase of neuronal activity which, in turn, results in an improved ability to create connections neuron to neuron and, hemisphere to hemisphere.The result is a more accurate read of what's going on around us, and an improved ability to respond appropriately. For instance, the Fourth of July fireworks can be recognized to be just that, fireworks, and not responded to as if they were "incoming mortars."
While the glasses can be used as part of a formal therapy process, Buck believes their greatest value is as a self-help tool. He points out, "They are safe, direct, and non-invasive. Most importantly, they are available without an appointment, 24/7/365 days of the year."