Changing the way we treat ADHD
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1 in 20 people
have ADHD
ADHD is an incredibly common condition yet there are major gaps in the way we treat and monitor ADHD.
Medication isn't right for everyone
85% of people with ADHD have mild to moderate symptoms, so while medication is an effective treatment option, for some, the side effects outweigh the benefits.

In addition to this, 30% of people with ADHD are drug resistant, meaning medication just doesn’t work for them.
Difficult to
track progress
Currently, symptoms are measured via self report. This is highly subjective and leaves room for error. Today, it's difficult to quantatively track your symptoms and improvements over time. 
Since treating ADHD is a life long journey, it's important to be able to track key metrics of your symptoms and your progress, regardless of the treatment you choose.

our solution

We are developing the Neurode Wave, a headset designed to improve cognitive performance, addressing the symptoms of ADHD
The Neurode Wave addresses the most common symptoms of ADHD from the comfort of your home.  The headset uses breakthrough technology that is safe and well researched.
The Neurode Wave is the only ADHD treatment that lets you track quantitative measures of your symptoms and improvements over time!
Stay connected to your clinician and get the most from your visits by sharing key metrics on your neurological and behavioural improvements with them.
Personalized calibrations are made to calculate an optimal hydration range
Users are notified before their hydration levels move above or below that range
Keepinig users In The Blue
An under-active frontal lobe plays a role in the executive function deficits experienced in ADHD. Stimulation can help balance this by delivering small currents into the brain to encourage brain activity and strengthen neural pathways.
The companion app is designed to be paired with our device. Specialised activities require you to exercise executive functions like working memory, attention and impulse control during a stimulation session. This helps the stimulation target these brain regions specifically, harnessing neuroplasticity to improve symptoms.
The headset is designed to be worn for short daily sessions of 20 minutes
It's used in conjunction with specifically designed activities from our app
The app consists of games that are each made to activate a particular executive function implicated in ADHD
Each session aims to provide benefits for the next couple of hours as well as promoting neurosplasticity for long term benefits with repeated use
You can view your progress over time and share your data with your clinician to inform your treatment.

What is ADHD?

ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder that usually occurs in children, and often lasts into adulthood, though many people only get diagnosed as adults, this is particularly common in women. People with ADHD may struggle to pay attention, control impulsive behaviours, or be hyperactive. Clinicians use the DSM - 5, as a guide to diagnose ADHD, it has a list of criteria that are characteristic of ADHD.

Someone with ADHD might:
- Daydream a lot
- Forget or lose things regularly
- Fidget a lot
- Talk a lot or interrupt people
- Make careless mistakes or take unnecessary risks
- have a hard time resisting temptation

If you would like more information on ADHD, feel free to contact us with any quesitons, or we can direct you to some websites with great educational content.

Is neural stimulation safe?

It is very safe and generally well tolerated. There are no severe side effects from stimulation. There are thousands of peer-reviewed scientific studies exploring the safety of transcranial electrical stimulation. In fact, it's already been approved by regulatory bodies for use in depression and for treating pain. Though some people do experience mild adverse effects, like skin tingling or burning sensation and a small number of people experience mild headaches during or shortly after stimulation. Importantly, these don’t last long and subside shortly after stimulation stops. If you’d like to learn more about the safety of tES, please contact us here ( and we will send you some interesting journal articles that delve deeper into the safety of stimulation. 

How do you record my brain?

We use a device that shines light into your head from LED’s placed on your forehead. Kind of like when you put a flashlight behind your hand and it glows red. Except we know exactly how much light we shine into the brain, how much light is absorbed and how much light gets reflected out. This lets us calculate how much oxygenated and deoxygenated blood is in that region of the brain. From this information, we can infer brain activity. This is because brain cells called neurons require oxygenated blood (and all the nutrients that comes with it) in order to support activity. So when blood oxygenation in a brain region increases, we can infer that the area's metabolic activity has increased, and so has brain activity.

Can I buy a Neurode wave?

The Neurode wave device is still being developed. We are working to get it FDA approved so we can share it with you all. To get notified as soon as its available, or register your interest please fill out a contact form below.

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