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Innovative Brain

The world's most innovative neuroscience based music programs for brain training.

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we all agree that it was the best purchase I've ever made. Thank you to all the people who developed this miracle program - you saved my son!"

- LaceyLance's Mom

"We tried Sleep Genius for the first time tonight and she was out like a light in less than 20 minutes! We are beyond words in our gratitude. Thank you, Advanced Brain Technologies, for your continued hard work and creative innovations!"

- S.T. & J.T.D.T.'s Parents

"The inTime listening program has changed our lives. This program gave us our son back and for that we will be eternally grateful."

- DarcySheldon's Mom

Proven Science

More than 20 independent studies validating our music listening therapy programs.

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Music Therapy Program Helping To Improve Stress Levels In Adults, Kids

In The Press

"Stirring music may trigger a beneficial hormone boost in the brain, researchers say. Studies over the past decade have shown music is associated with a shift in dopamine levels in the nucleus accumbens, often described as the brain's pleasure center."
"This is going to be the year we finally catch up on our sleep? Mark our words! Forget counting sheep, eye masks, and 'picturing our happy place' - we're heading straight for a technological solution."
"Music may inspire us to dance, but can the right melody help improve our mental health? Yes, it can, according to Don Campbell, author of The Mozart Effect, and Alex Doman, an expert in music therapy."
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"Music may inspire us to dance, but can the right melody help improve our mental health? Yes, it can, according to Don Campbell, author of The Mozart Effect, and Alex Doman, an expert in music therapy."
"Stirring music may trigger a beneficial hormone boost in the brain, researchers say. Studies over the past decade have shown music is associated with a shift in dopamine levels in the nucleus accumbens, often described as the brain's pleasure center."
"This is going to be the year we finally catch up on our sleep? Mark our words! Forget counting sheep, eye masks, and 'picturing our happy place' � we're heading straight for a technological solution."

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