beta wave


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the normal brainwave in the encephalogram of a person who is awake and alert

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Moreover, the sub-band energies of both alpha and beta waves were significant (p=0.028 and p=0.046, respectively) for the patients who had high post-operative delta sleep duration.
Neurofeedback training can be used to decrease intrusive thoughts while increasing desired beta wave activity in the prefrontal lobe region.
But, the same subjects with mild and moderate stress subjects when exposed toward examination, their attention was focused in examination while alertness and anxiety level increased for which the alpha wave was replaced by the beta wave. [20, 24, 25] In subjects with high stress, the EEG in both normal day-to-day life and examination stress was beta wave.
As to the high frequency of the Beta wave ([B.sub.2]), standing for the exciting and sobering status, there is no significant difference between the resumed stage and the stimulated stage because the participants' original status is relaxant.
The EEG studies showed an increase in beta waves and a decrease in spike wave discharges.
Brain Boost: Beta Wave focuses on stimulating parts of the right brain that are often associated with active concentration and busy thinking.
'They told me that there's a side of my brain which controls my emotions and it's running on beta waves. Beta waves is like the highest frequency it can go so I don't really have that much control over my emotions which I'm gonna be completely honest,' he added.
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The researchers found a pattern characterized by beta waves in the hippocampus and amygdala, brain regions usually associated with memory and negative emotions, respectively.
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The mood-related network was characterized by beta waves in the hippocampus and amygdala, two deep brain regions that have long been correlated with memory and negative emotion respectively.
In the participants who listened to music, researchers observed up-regulated beta waves, which elicited a more positive emotional state and allowed for distraction from internal thoughts and feelings.