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It is believed that exposure to gamma light may influence your brain’s natural gamma waves. Healthy gamma brainwaves are vital to cognitive function, but can become diminished over time. Gamma light may encourage healthy brain activity, enhancing performance in areas like memory, attention and coordination.

Why 40 Hz?

Gamma waves are neural oscillations involved in functions such as memory, attention and coordination. In a healthy brain, gamma waves typically oscillate at 40Hz, or 40 cycles per second. The brain exhibits many frequencies, including gamma. The term “gamma frequency” refers to rhythms ranging between 30 and 90 Hz beats per second. 40Hz is typical of a healthy brain. Maintaining a gamma frequency of 40Hz may provide cognitive support and enhancement. An individual’s gamma frequency may change from time to time, including during the natural aging process.