NeXus BVP Sensor - Migraine

NeXus BVP Sensor - Migraine


The BVP Head Sensor is used to measure relative blood flow and is placed on the Arteria Temporalis.

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It has been especially designed for biofeedback training addressing migraine by training vasodilatation and vasoconstriction..  The BVP Head Sensor uses optical electronics measuring near infrared light to determine the relative blood flow.

With each heartbeat, blood flows through the arteries and blood vessels. The amplitude of the waveform indicates the relative blood flow, which correlates with the level of vasodilatation/vasoconstriction at that point.

The BVP Head Sensor for NeXus is placed on the Arteria Temporalis. Make sure to prevent too much movement of the head to prevent artifacts.

Use the Temperature Sensor in combination with the BVP Head Sensor in order to monitor both temperature and relative blood flow.