What is EEG?
EEG stands for Electroencephalogram. ‘Electro-’ refers to electricity, ‘encephalo-’ refers to the brain and ‘-gram’ refers to something drawn or recorded. An EEG device measures the electrical signals that are produced as neurons communicate in the brain.
EEG readings are completely non-invasive and present virtually no risk to users. This makes it a versatile tool that can be applied repeatedly to users or patients, regardless of health and age.