Vital Tones Long-Term Memory is a groundbreaking brainwave treatment to recover or enhance the retention and retrieval of long-term memory.
Long-term memory has also been called reference memory, because an individual must refer to the information in long-term memory when performing almost any task. Long-term memory is commonly broken down into explicit memory (declarative), which includes episodic memory, semantic memory, and autobiographical memory, and implicit memory (procedural memory).
The ventromedial prefrontal cortex, hippocampus, thalamus and entorhinal cortex, in particular, has been highlighted as potentially influential for memory consolidation/retention.
Vital Tones Long-Term Memory consist of 3 different sessions.
Each session is 22 minutes long.