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Clinical Pilot Study Shows CERESET® Technology Supports Stress Reduction for Law Enforcement

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Wake Forest Clinical Pilot Study Shows CERESET® Technology Supports Stress Reduction for Law Enforcement

A new clinical pilot study conducted by Wake Forest School of Medicine shows that use of a new non-invasive technology from the creators of Cereset reduces symptoms related to high stress and insomnia.


Law Enforcement has always been a highly stressful career – serving to protect, facilitate justice, and remove danger for all of us. The positions of these men and women put them constantly in harm’s way both from the criminal element as well as from the defense for not following rules precisely. Officers have always had to face very high daily stress. Now, COVID-19 introduces another even greater degree of stress as the officer may be exposing themself in the line of duty to Coronavirus and subsequently infect their loved ones. The dangers of the Coronavirus cause those who protect us to be under stress for themselves and now, also for the safety of their families and friends.

In the clinical pilot trial, Wake Forest used Cereset’s legacy neuromodulation technology to provide non-invasive brain balance sessions to law enforcement officers. Participants showed statistically significant improvements in all symptoms as well as stress related bio-measures used, and these improvements persisted for two months following the study. The full-study publication can be read in “Global Awareness in Health and Medicine” Volume 9:1-10, 2020 – https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2164956120923288

Cereset patented BrainEcho® technology echoes the brain back to itself using sound to reflect real time brain frequencies. This echo causes the brain to listen to itself much like a child may listen to their own echo yelled in a tunnel. The echoing process has been used in over 9 clinical trials with a total of over 600+ patients to support the brain to modulate between hemispheres, as dance partners may move across a dance floor, without being stuck, using only one foot to take steps.

The study was led by Dr. Charles H. Tegeler, Professor and Interim Chair, Department of Neurology, and McKinney-Avant Chair in Neurology, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC. Cereset is a Brain State Company located in Scottsdale, Arizona.

“Law enforcement stress regulation is a huge issue for law enforcement officers as well as for all of us who those officers have sworn to protect and serve,.” said Dr. Charles Tegeler, senior author of this paper. “Based on the need in this country and around the world, and based on these pilot data for symptom reduction and autonomic cardiovascular regulation, a major clinical trial to best define practical use of Cereset neuromodulation technology is warranted for law enforcement and for all first responders facing severe stress.”

Cereset is a wellness company that helps clients relax their brains to manage stress, restore hope and achieve restful sleep through its patented BrainEcho® technology. Cereset empowers the brain to reset itself as it hears and “sees” its own reflection. The global technology leader in non-invasive brain self-restoration and optimization, Cereset enables the brain to fully relax and naturally rebalance itself from the inside out. There is no outside intervention, stimulus or medication of any kind – the brain does its own work while the client naps or relaxes quietly in a comfortable chair. To schedule an appointment at a Cereset client center, or to learn more, visit https://cereset.com and for more research, visit https://cereset.com/research