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Wave

A short-term movement that goes against the general trend. For example, if the DJIA rallies on a given trading day but overall is in the midst of a prolonged bear market, the rally is called a wave against the bearish tide.
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(Theta waves children with A randomized decrease) ADHD, however controlled compared with a more studies are clinical trial 2% in the control needed.
For female brain waves at different flashing frequencies, their Alpha waves showed slight decreasing and their Theta wave and Delta wave showed significant increasing.
As activity levels at resting conditions are low, greater increases in delta and theta wave activity can be achieved during mental work, corresponding to better performance.
Instead, he found changes in the theta waves. The changes were not seen in controls and occurred significantly more often in cases with the valine/methionine polymorphism.
They've found that the brain-wave patterns of meditators shift from alpha waves of arousal to theta waves of deep relaxation and problem-solving.
* Theta waves, generated by the limbic system or the feeling level, are faster than first-line delta waves.
Gamma waves are present during sound sleep; theta waves indicate dozing or sleeping; beta waves are present during an awake, excited state and alpha waves signify an awake, relaxed state.
Using the latest scientific technology from Australia, known as the Mind Switch, a person can be linked up to a set of wires which record alpha, beta, and theta waves in the brain.
Using the latest scientific technology from Australia, a person can be linked up to a set of wires which record alpha, beta, and theta waves in the brain.
In contrast, theta waves are associated with enhanced creativity, sensory integration, and altered states of consciousness.