A sneak peek at the future of ADHD therapy

We at NeuroPlus have been working 3+ years to develop a new approach to addressing attention issues like ADHD. I’m happy to say we’re almost there! This September, we’ll be releasing NeuroPlus to the public. It will be the first-of-its-kind portable, affordable, game-based attention training system for use at home, at work, in school, or on the go.

In the meantime, I want to share some details about the product and give you all an opportunity to leave your feedback in the comments below. Please don’t hesitate to tell us what you think, or send us an email at info@neuro.plus to learn more.

3 Symptoms. 3 Exercises.

ADHD is characterized by varying degrees of inattentiveness, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. NEURO+ consists of a patent-pending combination of 3 training technologies rigorously designed to address each of these symptoms.

  • Neurofeedback for Inattention

NeuroPlus incorporates EEG neurofeedback to help users train their focus and improve attention. We use the same protocols proven to reduce symptoms of ADHD in numerous clinical trials.

  • Motion-biofeedback for Hyperactivity

NeuroPlus makes use of an embedded 9-axis inertial sensor to track user movement and reward users for sitting extremely still, in a process called motion-biofeedback. Early trials have show this technology to dramatically reduce hyperactivity`in children after only a few hours of play.

  • Go/No-go Inhibition Training for Impulsivity 

Controlling our impulses and ignoring distractions is something we all struggle with, especially those with ADHD. NeuroPlus integrates Go/No-go inhibition training tasks to help users practice impulse control and suppress responses to distracting stimuli.

In addition, all of these training exercises are (1) precisely adapted to the user through artificial intelligence algorithms (2) accessible with no expertise or clinical monitoring necessary, and (3) fun to use!

We’ll continue to share more information on NeuroPlus in the coming months. Stay tuned for updates on our blog and on our website at http://neuro.plus.


Screenshot from NeuroPlus