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  1. Win Bill Huang

    Actually, neurofeedback is a pretty common practice nowadays. I had downloaded an app before that helps you train your focus, memory, and critical thinking ability. I was curious to how it works so I dowloaded it. It shows you a bunch of symbols, and patterns that has no other meaning. In other words, instead of showing you pictures that you normally can associate with meaning like a gold fish, or a ice cream, a bunch symbols are shown to push your brain to recognize patterns and be more productive.

     This program you recommended is probably like that but more in depth. To be even more cool, there are actual professionals there that can guide you. Very nice. But I will need to go deeper into brainpaint to know it well. Is brainpaint availabe in every state?

    • Dave

      Hey there Huang,

      You can get access to brainpaint wherever you are in the world. You don’t necessarily have to be in a certain state to see its benefits. You will just get the home based version and you are good to go.

  2. Ernest

    This sounds like an excellent way to boost your mental performance. I relate it to an over the counter formula given to Alzheimer patients. For normal people, it also improves brain function. While Brainpaint helps those with disorders like Autism, it can still be used on normal minds to improve their function.

    I did have two questions: After 5-8 uses, can the subscriber get a refund if they do not see results?

    Also, I assume the user can use the program as much as they want in any given month or is there a limit?

    • Dave

      Hey Ernest, 

      I have tried looking for a refund for brainpaint but I haven’t found any. So I’m guessing there isn’t a guarantee. About the extent of using the program within a month, I’d say it’s best if you followed the way you have been told to use it so that your brain is trained the right way, instead of hastening with it and get your brain weighed down.

      I hope I have answered your question. 🙂

  3. Rebecca

    Hey Dave, 

    I am very thankful for having helped me understand this product very well. I have been reading a bit about it for awhile but the idea of its functioning and usage hadn’t quite sank into me, until I read this post. Now I have understood about neurofeedback and exactly how brainpaint works.

    I’ll be looking into it and get to see how great it really is with my mind. Thanks a lot for the detailed post.

    • Dave

      You are welcome Rebecca,

      Seeing that the post on brainpaint has served its purpose makes me even more glad to know I have helped someone out there. Wishing you the best of luck with it.

      Cheers 🙂

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