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Auragen™  Light and Sound System

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Modern Day Epidemic

Stress, anxiousness, and depression are becoming worldwide epidemics, with anxiety and depression being singled out by the WHO as two of the most pressing global health issues of our times. Millions are affected, and the numbers are rising.  


However, the stats don't matter when  the pain, suffering, and disability are deeply personal, for both those suffering and for the loved ones who are watching with worry and feelings of helplessness. 


Auragen Can Help

The Auragen Light and Sound System delivers two effective and safe technologies that work synergistically to provide natural restoration of the brain and body's own ability and inclination to heal. Auragen programs can be used alone or safely in conjunction with other treatment modalities. 

Auragen can support the brain by replenishing cellular energy, boosting the brain' immune system to move out toxins and debris, improving circulation, and increasing the delivery of oxygen and nutrients. Additionally, Auragen wavelengths stimulate the production of serotonin and help reset circadian rhythms, restoring regular and restful sleep, essential to any recovery.  In addition to the many benefits, the sessions, in and of themselves, are usually experienced as deeply restful, relaxing, and restorative.

A safe, non-invasive technology based on decades of research and scientific development in the field of Biophotonics and incorporating some of the newest discoveries in neuroscience. 



Stress is emotional or physical tension that causes the "fight or flight" response, a complex set of  neurologic and hormonals reactions that can affect every aspect of body and mind. Typical symptoms include:  agitation, frustration, nervousness, difficulty relaxing and quieting the mind, low self-esteem, loneliness, low energy, headaches, stomach upsets, tense muscles, rapid heartbeat, insomnia, colds and infections. If we cant find ways to turn off our biological and mental responses to stress, the result can be more serious and long term physical and mental health problems.  


 The WHO reports that 1 in 13 globally suffers from anxiety and that anxiety disorders are the most common mental disorders worldwide, with women being twice as likely to be diagnosed and prescribed medication. According to the National Institutes of Health, nearly 1 in 3  adolescents, ages 13 to 18, experience an anxiety disorder. Since 2007 these numbers have been rising steadily with anxiety disorders in children and teens increasing over 20%. In addition to genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events, certain factors are being recognized as contributing to the rise in adolescent anxiety: increased expectations and pressure to succeed; a world that feels scary and threatening; the influence of social media with more negative peer pressure and cyber bullying; isolation and feelings of loneliness.


Depression is  linked to physical changes in the brain, from inflammation and oxygen restriction, to actual brain shrinkage. Inflammation and reduction in oxygen, can lead to cell death which results in decreased neurotransmitter functioning and reduced neuro-plasticity.  The three parts of the brain that appear to be most affected are the hippocampus, amygdala, and prefrontal cortex.  The hippocampus stores memories and regulates the production of cortisol. Long-term exposure to increased cortisol levels can slow the production of new neurons and cause the neurons in the hippocampus to shrink, leading to memory problems. Excess cortisol also shrinks the prefrontal cortex responsible for decision making. The amygdala, which facilitates our emotional responses, becomes enlarged and hyperactive, leading to irregular hormone release and sleep/ activity disurbances.


Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that occurs seasonally, typically ramping up in the fall and winter months, as the days get shorter and there is less sunlight.  Common SAD symptoms include oversleeping, intense carbohydrate cravings, overeating and weight gain. Some people also have trouble concentrating and withdraw socially. Many of our physiological processes are directed by circadian rhythms, which are in turn calibrated by exposure to natural sunlight. Beyond regulating sleep/wake cycles, sunlight helps to keep levels of the protein SERT low, a crucial component in transporting the neurotransmitter serotonin, known to play a role in mood. Higher SERT levels are linked to low serotonin activity and increased depression.  Light therapy is often the treatment of choice for SAD. In a 8 week study, light therapy alone and placebo were both more effective than medication, even for the treating moderate to severe depression*


Contributing Factors


PTSD is a serious and lasting consequence of traumatic ordeals that cause intense fear, helplessness, or horror.  Victims and families of victims can develop PTSD, as well as war veterans, and emergency personnel. PTSD increases stress hormones, disrupts sleep, causes brain fog, clinical  anxiety and depression. The amygdala (the brain's alarm system) becomes overactivated and simultaneously the prefrontal cortex (decision making and regulating responses) is negatively impacted.  The cortical thickness of mid-anterior cingulate cortex (conflict and emotional awareness) is reduced. Chronic PTSD appears to damage the hippocampus (memory and cortisol release), making it smaller.


Burn-out is linked to workplace and lifestyle stress.  This syndrome is different from ordinary stress and leads to serious physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion.  Signs of burn-out include: 
Alienation from work
Chronically fatigued

Feeling depressed
Negative ideation
Feeling useless
Sleep Disorders

Reduced functionality or performance
Feeling drained, unable to cope

Becoming cynical
Easily angered and irritable
Unable to focus
Misuse of food, alcohol, or drugs
Headaches and gut issues



Neuroimaging and neurochemistry studies suggest that a good night's sleep promotes mental and emotional resilience, while chronic sleep deprivation can lead to negative thinking and emotional vulnerability. Clinicians treating patients with mental health issues have viewed insomnia and other sleep disorders as symptoms. But studies  suggest that sleep problems may raise the risk for, and even directly contribute to, the development of psychiatric disorders. Treating sleep disorders can help alleviate co-occurring mental health problems.



According to the CDC and other authorities, the impact of Covid and quarantine on mental health can not overestimated.  Fear of the virus, social isolation, the loss of jobs and savings, an uncertain future, have each contributed to an alarming rise in the number of reports of suicidal ideation and suicide attempts, and a dramatic increase in clinical anxiety and depression, across all age groups.  COVID survivors, themselves, are at a greater risk of developing mental illness,  and being diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder within 90 days.


According to the NIH 20% of people who suffer concussions are vulnerable to developing PTSD and major depression. Those who have suffered multiple concussions are more 1.5 times more likely to experience anxiety and sleep disturbances. Additionally, diminished Gamma synchronization has been documented in cases of mild TBI, with a resulting loss in neuralconnectivity and  possibly correlation  to white matter abnormalities.


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Auragen™ Light and Sound System

a powerful combination of two effective technologies

that provide progressive benefits and relief:

significant stress reduction

relaxation response

elevated mood

centered calm

mental clarity

enhanced brain function

improved sleep

emerge relaxed, refreshed, and re-energized

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Light Therapy with Brainwave Entrainment

a powerful combination

Fully Recline, Rest, and Relax During Each Session
Fully Recline, Rest, and Relax During Each Session

Light can make a big difference! research has shown...

Red and Near-Infrared Light can

Stimulate cellular repair and regeneration

Improve mitochondrial function

Increase  ATP (energy) production

Enhance circulation, improving oxygen and nutrient delivery

Blue-Turquoise Light can

Stimulate serotonin production

Reset circadian rhythms, improving sleep

*Blue-Turquoise is a completely safe and beneficial wavelength, not to be confused with Blue-Violet wavelengths which have been implicated in accelerating macular degeneration.

Brainwave technologies helping restore mood, brain function, and more

Synchronized 40Hz Brainwaves

Gamma is endogenous to the brain
Gamma is correlated with peak mental states, feelings of contentment, better self-control, mental alertness
People suffering from depression typically have low levels of Gamma

 TBI patients show disrupted Gamma synchrony 


In the lab studies* 40Hz synchronized light and sound
Gamma has been shown to:

stimulate the brain's immune system

activate microglia the brain's cleanup crew

enhance circulation, improving oxygen and nutrient delivery

provide neuroprotective features

enhance synaptic function

*MIT Mice studies

Theta Brainwaves

Theta brainwaves are correlated to deep relaxation,
similar to deep meditation and to enhanced creativity

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Three Multi Light Wave Programs 
Blue-Turquoise, Red, and Near-Infrared 

300+ High Radiance LEDs

Light and Sound Brainwave Entrainment

Two Entrainment Modes:

Gamma - Improve Brain Function

Theta - Deeply Rest and Relax

8 Beautiful Music/Nature Tracks

Two Position Rotating Canopy

Lightweight and Portable at 6lbs.

Treatment Area 17"x 9"

Made in the USA

1 Year Warranty - Extended Warranty Available