ECG & EEG

The electroencephalogram (EEG) is associated with the brain, while the electrocardiogram (ECG) is associated with the heart. The EEG is a piece of equipment that measures the electrical activity of the brain. The ECG, on the other hand, is used to monitor the heart’s activity.

EEG is most commonly used to discover seizures, infections, tumors, degenerative illnesses, and metabolic problems that impact the brain. The ECG, on the other hand, is used to assess the rate of heartbeat, the placements of the heart chambers, and whether the heart has any defects. ECG is used to determine whether or not a person has heart abnormalities.

Electrodes are used to determine the electrical impulses of the heart and brain in both ECG and EEG. Electrodes are attached to the scalp in the EEG. Electrodes are placed on the chest, legs, arms, and neck to take the ECG. EEG testing uses around 16 to 20 electrodes, whereas ECG testing uses approximately 12 electrodes.

Rapid electrical impulses are used by neurons in the brain to communicate. The brain uses this electrical activity to govern your actions, physical functions, sensations, emotions, and cognitive processes. EEGs and, more recently, light-sensitive proteins inserted in brain membranes have been used to assess this activity. Once inside the membrane, the protein releases a fluorescent signal that can be used to notify medical specialists of the voltage of a specific cell. Brain tumors, brain damage caused by head injuries, brain inflammation, strokes, sleep disorders, and other brain dysfunctions can all be detected by studying the electrical impulses of the brain. In individuals with persistent commas, EEGs can also aid confirm brain death. If doctors need to induce a coma for medical reasons, EEG can assist them in determining the appropriate dosage of anesthetic.

 

Mental health and EKGs

EKG heart rate variability values have been linked to serious depression and bipolar disorder in studies. Because these two diseases are so similar, clinicians sometimes mistake bipolar disorder for depression. This is a critical error because each illness necessitates a unique therapy. A patient with bipolar illness experiences mood fluctuations that range from euphoria to severe depression. A misdiagnosis could lead to the prescription of antidepressants, mood stabilizers, or antipsychotics, all of which can precipitate manic episodes.

EEG and epilepsy

EEGs play a vital role in diagnosing brain disorders. Doctors analyze the brain’s electrical impulses, which appear as wavy lines on an EEG recording. These lines have a specific pattern indicating epileptiform activity of seizures in the brain. Doctors can see the change in brain activity directly on the EEG reading. Sometimes people who have epilepsy experience seizures that begin when they see flashing lights – photosensitive epilepsy. During an EEG, a patient may be asked to look at a light blinking at different speeds. EEG reading and patient reaction determine the diagnosis of photosensitive epilepsy.

Two of the most prevalent biofeedback procedures that can aid in this situation are neurofeedback and electroencephalogram (EEG)

Brain waves are detected by this gadget. It can help with ADHD, epilepsy, and other seizure disorders.

Heart rate variability (HRA). This keeps track of your heart rate. It can be used to treat anxiety, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and irregular pulses.

Because it is non-invasive and does not rely on medication, some patients prefer biofeedback as a method of dealing with and treating these problems. To improve their overall health, some patients combine biofeedback with more traditional methods. Remember that Neuro-biofeedback can help you with your mental wellness.

Quantum Biofeedback can assist you in more ways than you realize. Our amazing devices have been shown to boost both mental and physical wellness.

Our devices use sensors to identify any abnormalities. These sensors give signals to the monitor, which shows the heart and breathing rhythms, blood pressure, skin temperature, sweating, and muscular activity as a sound, a flash of light, or an image.

These functions change when you are anxious. Your heart rate quickens, your muscles tense, your blood pressure rises, you begin to sweat, and your breathing becomes more rapid. On the monitor, you can watch these stress responses as they happen, and you’ll get feedback as quickly as you try to stop them.

Biofeedback is frequently thought of as a training method rather than a treatment. Biofeedback can be used to assist people to build new skills that will help them manage or perform better with training and practice.

Biofeedback devices are divided into two groups. Medical and mental health experts employ the first type. The second category includes those available for personal use on the consumer market. Talk to our therapists at Quantum Medical about which devices they recommend before making any decisions.

Quantum Medical is always upgrading its medical devices to ensure that you obtain the best outcomes possible.

ED-X is a non-invasive, computer-controlled device that is one of our best. It’s a one-of-a-kind device that combines all biofeedback applications for body analysis and energy balancing into a single device.

It’s an in-the-background stress detection and reduction system. It also measures certain reactions and patterns using electromagnetic electrodes placed on the head, ankles, and wrists. These are cataloged, counted, and returned to the individual without the individual being aware of any consequences or experiences.

This equipment is ideal for real-time EEG and EMG measurement and interpretation, as well as the creation of pre-and post-reports.

Our Nucleus gadget, like ED-X, improves with time with features that aid you more than any other device.

The NUCLEUS is technologically superior to the ED-X, and the difference is noticeable.

We’ve included all of the basic programs from the ED-X in the NUCLEUS. Aphrodite, Apollon, Corona Virus Immunization, Quantum Prayer, Phobia Therapy, Stop Smoking, Blood Dictionary, and other sub-programs are not included in the ED-X.

If this is what you’re looking for, then Quantum Medical can provide you with whatever information you need.