Neurocore and the Portland Trail Blazers put their Minds to better Work

You read the title correctly. The same Neurocore that helps patients alleviate stress and drop bad habits also assists many athletes the world over. This might be why we are all the time hearing news out of Florida or Michigan involving one of the company’s eight clinics. Neurocore assisted some very important Portland ball players by combining two very effective biofeedback solutions; improving their deep sleep patterns and also their in-game level of concentration. Follow Neurocore on Twitter.

Let’s begin with that one having to do with deep sleep patterns. Before being sent to a nap, players are equipped with a headset device that is roughly the size of a pair of MP3 headphones. These devices are not Beats by Dre, they are Neurocore Pro Headphones. What they do is send low-frequency waves into the player’s brain as he sleeps, improving his length (and quality) of deep sleep. It seems like something on the Science Fiction channel, but it has real science backing it up! Longer deep sleep sessions result in better-performing players, it’s as simple as that. We all remember the coaches from our youths preaching this at us. Just imagine if he had a pair of magic headphones that could help do the work for us!


The players are also equipped with headphones as they watch a fictional narrative program of sorts that only plays (without stopping) while the player’s brain is correctly concentrating on it! If the player breaks said concentration, the show doesn’t play. Players with uninterrupted program viewing experiences can rest assured that they have better-managed meditation capabilities than the average yoga mom. This sounds like a science fiction movie too, but it proves that a company like Neurocore can use various types of headphone technology to interact with an athlete’s brain in ways that can improve that athlete’s, on the court, performance!

For the past fourteen years, Neurocore has been creating scenes that appear to have come from science fiction films by helping regular people (and celebrities) unlock parts of their own minds that they never thought possible before. Such brain feedback models are important for a variety of important improvement areas. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.

The Chainsmokers : EDM takeover

It is an accomplishment that many artists can only dream of, going 10X platinum and earning the respect of the music industry. It is an achievement that deserves attention and attention is what The Chainsmokers along with Halsey are receiving from their accomplishment. According to the Recording Industry Association of, The ChainSmokers and Halsey have crossed the threshold of 10 million units sold of their hit song “Closer. They have in addition officially engraved themselves into the history books marking their song as one of the fourth longest reigns on having their hit number one in the U.S.

Their achievement would elevate them to great heights including receiving a nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. The winner in this instance went to another group labeled as an underdog themselves, 21 pilots “stressed out would go on to win the award.

The Chainsmokers, however, did not need the win to find acceptance, the group had already created a large and loyal fan base way before their hit song, for Halsey though, though already a proven musician as well, the hit would be the breakout song she needed.

Although not officially on the website, it seems that the RIAA wanted to hold back in order for the group to tell their fan base directly. The Chainsmokers alerted their fans of the accomplishment via an Instagram post on September 15. The group would comment on how incredible and unbelievable it felt to receive such a prestigious honor. Furthermore, the group mentioned how at first their hit song was initially a simple catchy tune that was only meant for themselves and their friends while riding on their tour bus, in fact, that’s where the song was written. It’s safe to say that their fans very much appreciate the fact that it did not remain in that bus for long.