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Ken H.
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Does it work? Is it fun? Is it usable by kids?
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Karen D'Agostino
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No, I have never tried this. It reminds me of neuro feedback and Heg therapy I want to try with my autistic son.. They use computer type games but your brain does the work..Its kind of like a brain work out.. I can't afford it yet, it cost $100 per session and he would have to come in twice a week,(20 sessions of neuro feedbac and 20 sessions of heg). If this game did the same thing as the therapy I would buy it.
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Hmm, the site must have been a little "off" when I posted this. At that time, I saw zero ratings, zero owners, zero personal comments, and zero threads in the forum. But now there are two older threads...? Weird.

Anyway, can't find this anywhere. Is this the "hot game" of the season? The new Sorry Sliders?

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Mik Svellov
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Rubric wrote:
Does it work?
Yes, it actually does!
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Is it fun?
Yes - at least for the first many games.
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Is it usable by kids?
From 8 years and up - according to the box. Smaller kids may play, but I am unsure how well the headband would fit on smaller heads.
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jackawa wrote:
No, I have never tried this. It reminds me of neuro feedback and Heg therapy I want to try with my autistic son.. They use computer type games but your brain does the work..Its kind of like a brain work out.. I can't afford it yet, it cost $100 per session and he would have to come in twice a week,(20 sessions of neuro feedbac and 20 sessions of heg). If this game did the same thing as the therapy I would buy it.


You might take a look at this, Karen:
http://stresseraser.com/science-of-the-stresseraser/

I can vouch for this product. I've been using it for years and it does work. No game theme, no ping pong balls, but it will certainly require him to relax and clear his mind.

There was also a game I once owned called Wild Divine that used biofeedback very well but unfortunately to reach any one of the mini-game BF sessions took at least 20 minutes of navigating unnecessary artistic garden settings. It was ultimately too much annoyance to get to the relaxing part so I threw it out. I do wish someone would use this technology more creatively though.

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