NextSense real-world monitoring solution obtains insights into brain health.
NextSense earbuds collect EEG data to derive insights about sleep, seizures, and more.
It unlocks brain health for daily living, with real world data and practical science-based guidance. NextSense earbuds collect EEG data to derive insights about sleep, seizures, and more.
NextSense biosensing earbuds can be worn comfortably at night or as-needed throughout the day.
Insights Powered by Longitudinal Data
By tracking trends and changes in EEG data over time, we are able to provide tailored recommendations for treatment in real-time. It is able to leverage longitudinal EEG data to diagnose and improve management of neurological disorders.
Electroencephalography (EEG) measures brain waves that reflect the coordinated electrical activity of thousands of neurons. This method is used in clinical environments to detect abnormal brain activity and help with the diagnosis of different neurological conditions. During an EEG test, small metal disks are attached to the patient’s scalp and wired to an amplifier device for anywhere between 20 minutes (routine EEGs) to several days (ambulatory EEGs).
Although EEG has long been the gold standard for neurological examinations, it presents a number of technical challenges long recognized by clinicians. Capturing neuropathological events is quite rare during routine EEGs, and EEGs captured over multiple days are impractical long-term because traditional machines are incredibly bulky and limited to use in a clinical setting.
At NextSense, it’s biosensing earbuds and holistic, digital platform allow us to monitor EEGs outside of the clinic, in real time. Because users can accurately measure their brain activity from the comfort of their homes, they can receive insights from longitudinal EEG data while documenting changes in lifestyle.
Drive behavioral change using your own data. It can best help you manage and keep you ahead of your condition, while monitoring your brain health in near real-time. More good days than bad days are finally possible based on real insights about what your brain needs and what it reacts to in the real world.
It’s sensing technology records brain activity from a radically new location, the ear. The ear’s proximity to the brain offers unique opportunities to access neurophysiological data with high fidelity and stability.
Plus, it’s much easier to sleep with earbuds than a traditional EEG instrument or polysomnogram. Never before has it been this easy to continuously monitor brain waves at the point of experience, whether asleep or doing everyday activities.