Neuroleap founder Kumaar Bagrodia (Photo: Ramegowda Bopaiah/Mint)
Neuroleap founder Kumaar Bagrodia (Photo: Ramegowda Bopaiah/Mint)

Using neuro tech to calm, focus the brain

  • Neuroleap works on the principles of neuroplasticity using self-regulation, and is completely non-invasive and does not use any medication
  • The technology used by Neuroleap has been developed with the support of Nasa and other defence organizations of the US

NEW DELHI: If you want to have better sleep, memory and focus, and lower stress and anxiety, you may want to sample Neuroleap, says its founder Kumaar Bagrodia. An applied neuroscience company, Mumbai-based Neuroleap is leveraging a brain-computer interface (BCI) to understand the human brain and help it work at peak potential. It works on the principles of neuroplasticity using self-regulation, and is completely non-invasive and does not use any medication. Bagrodia explains that a few decades ago, the brain was thought to be fixed and unchangeable once it reached adulthood. However, medical science has proven otherwise.

He points out that the brain is plastic throughout life—it is constantly changing. Just like your physical body, it is now scientifically proven that the brain can and does change its physical form and function throughout a person’s lifespan; and just like the rest of our body, our brains require regular exercise.

This naturally adaptive and organic change is known as neuroplasticity or brain plasticity. “Our brain function assessment uses cutting edge technology to tell you all about your brain, your addictions, anxiety, attitudes, learning ability, IQ and EQ without asking any questions," says Bagrodia.

The technology used by Neuroleap has been developed with the support of Nasa and other defence organizations of the US. A set of sensors is placed on the head which read the brainwaves.

It is completely non-invasive, painless and takes 30 minutes. A detailed practical report is then prepared, followed by therapy sessions.

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