We are frequently asked “What does Muse ‘do’?” and “what can I expect when using Muse?” Jay Vidyarthi, User Experience Lead for Muse, explains what to expect before, during and after using Muse: the brain sensing headband with our Calm app.
Valentine’s Day is a time when we think of sharing what’s in our heart with that special someone. But have you ever stopped to think about where all of those wonderfully mushy, feelings *really* come from?
We at Muse are giving the brain its rightful place in the Valentine’s Day spotlight. That’s right, “love” originates in the brain, not the heart – and we’ve got the infographic to prove it. Check it out to learn more about what’s going on in your *brain* when your heart is racing and your knees are going weak.
This week we’re super excited to welcome our brand new guest-blogger, Paul Dewland, seasoned pro-golf Coach from Core Golf Academy! He’ll be posting lots of great content regularly to The Daily Muse so we’ll let Paul introduce himself:
Dr Graeme Moffat (PhD Neuroscience, former editor, Frontiers in Neuroscience) draws from his work in neuroscience to explain the history of brain sensing technology and how Muse breaks barriers in size, cost, power, comfort, and software.
It’s a new year, and like so many others, the Muse staff have resolved to make choices that promote a sense of well-being – on the inside and out. We’re a conscious bunch who Muse to keep our brains fit, but also try to keep our bodies in tip top shape as well. We wanted to share some of our fitness tips that you can pair with Muse to create your own mind and body fitness routine.