Research

NeurOptimal® is non-therapeutic and does not imply the diagnosis, treatment, mitigation of a disease, disorder or abnormal physical state or symptoms. NeurOptimal®  does not claim to restore, modify or correct  the body’s structure. Only drugs and medical devices are permitted to make such claims.

SLEEP DISORDERS

Natural Sleep Rhythms: From Cells to Behavior

How NeurOptimal® potentially interfaces with, and restores, natural sleep rhythms.  New evidence mapping cellular networks underlying the brain’s circadian timing nucleus has provided a potential locus of control for the human circadian rhythm (HCR). This network provides a biologically plausible regulatory site for external influence of the HCR-notably pharmacologic agents, environmental influence, and particularly salient to this presentation, NeurOptimal®.


Dr. Ed O’Malley, Ph.D, FAASM (PhD in Neurobiology at Cornell University Graduate School of Medical Sciences; postdoc in EEG brain-mapping and clinical fellowship for board certification in Sleep Medicine (NYU School of Medicine); Director, Norwalk Hospital Sleep Disorders Center for 12 years-pioneered neurofeedback for insomnia).