Feb 24

FAQ: Routine

Daily Brain Flows

What are brain flows?

The Daily Brain Flow is a combination of respiratory and neurological activation drills designed to help you improve your mental performance by focusing on the self organized, dynamic, and interconnected nature of the brain.

Who designed the flows?

The Daily Brain Flows were designed by our Founder Daniel Gallucci. Daniel is a functional neurologist and clinical researcher who has used these methodologies with professional and amateur athletes – as well as complex cases – in clinics for decades.

How long does it take for the flows to work?

Some people may feel “worked” immediately, but it typically takes between 20-30 days to feel noticeable results.

What are the benefits of the Nuro Flows?

Consistent Daily Brain Flows have numerous benefits, which may include the following:

  • Improved brain health and performance
  • Improved blood flow
  • Improved vessel health and adaptability
  • Increased carbon dioxide sensitivity
  • Increased oxygen utilization in the brain
  • Increased activation of neural networks
  • Improved stress handling and resiliency
  • Improved cognitive performance
  • Improved physical performance
  • Improved emotional health

Why only a few minutes?

2 minutes is a great starting point that has worked well in the world of clinic and performance for years. Effective neurological performance training is all about quality and consistency, not volume!

Our Lifestyle and Stress tips should be incorporated to help maximize the benefits of your daily brain flows.

Feel free to explore our additional On Demand Flows that have been designed for specific purposes and can be easily incorporated into your daily routine.

What are On Demand Flows?

On Demand Flows are designed by Daniel and our team of health professionals to help you perform throughout the day.

I feel dizzy during the flows, what does that mean?

“Dizzy” is highly subjective. Feeling

slightly unsteady is fairly common when beginning a program like this, but you shouldn’t feel “dizzy”.

If this is the case, we recommend taking a breath, and doing a few less repetitions.

I have a difficult time finishing the flows. What does that mean?

No problem! Work through it as best you can. If the difficulty comes from the breathing portion, take a breath and keep going. If the difficulty comes from the neural portion of the drill, you can do fewer repetitions and build up from there.

Setting Reminders for Daily Brain Flows

Why should I set Reminders?

Reminders are designed to help keep you accountable.

They help you stay on track and remind you to complete your Daily 2 Minute Brain Flow.

How do I set a Reminder?

To set a reminder, click on ‘Set Reminders’ under the start button on your ‘Routine’ tab.

Once selected, set a time that you feel works best for you and click 'Save'.

How do I change Reminders?

To change reminders, simply click the alarm and time under the start button on your ‘Routine’ tab.

Check or uncheck the days of the week to change your reminders.

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