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Chicago, USA
Junaid Kalmadi

Brain.fm is working to cure Attention Deficit Disorder, anxiety and insomnia via neuroscience-driven music. The audio sessions are tested and analyzed to provide personalized brainwave training programs.

Brain.fm targets focus, relaxation and sleep. Users listen to issue-specific audio sessions, and the program developers say a person using the system should feel results almost immediately. Personalized sessions also use a small questionnaire to see what a user needs, and tailors the audio experience.