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Frequent Questions

  1. How bright do the lights have to be to be effective?  Just visible or dominant in the field of vision?

Answer: Light intensity should be set to a comfortable level.  Brighter is not better.

  1. On Sleep 1, 2, 3, should they be used sequentially or use them independently?

Answer: They are used independently.  Sleep 1 is for a daytime nap. Sleep 2 is for someone who is having trouble sleeping but does not have insomnia. Sleep 3 is for someone who has insomnia.

  1. For other protocols is there  a preferred color to use (I have blue and yellow and IR) or any color will work?

Answer: Please refer to the color chart at http://www.clearmindfocus.com/downloads/color_explanation.pdf

  1. What is the Kesinger Protocol? I looked on the website and saw no description of what it’s for

Answer: They are used with red lights for balance.

  1. IR:  what is the difference between 80 hz, 80_100A, 80-100B and 99 hz? and what are they used for?

Answer: The “a” protocol ramps from 80-100 Hz  and the “b” protocols are occilating.  One may work better than the other for pain and inflammation .  Try both protocols and use the one that offers the best results.

  1. What color works best for any of the Clear Mind focus sessions, or do all colors work but with different effectiveness, and if so, how to determine which colors to use?

Answer: Yellow, white, red, and orange activating. Green is in the middle of the road and Blue is calming.

  1. What are we disentraining? Is it cognitive, emotional, physical? Will protocols work automatically?

Answer: 37 page research paper under documents, Budzinsky discovered this and our engineer made the protocols using that research.  Link to paper: http://www.clearmindfocus.com/downloads/theclinicalguidetosoundandlight.pdf

  1. SMR Zone… some issues are to increase and some to decrease… How to separate out which color is needed since the blue calms and the yellow elevates? Does the brain adjust automatically?

Answer: I would gage that by weather or not they are anxious or depressed