Cognigenics 21st Century
Cognigenics treatments mitigate Alzheimer’s symptoms by reducing stress and increasing mental acuity. Stress, anxiety, hypertension, distraction, inattention, mind-wandering and memory issues are all experimentally correlated with high-frequency brain activity.
These hyperactive brainwaves can be gently shifted towards the calmer alpha and theta frequency bands by using CRISPR to selectively lower the excitability of certain neurons. Less excitable neurons require more time to fire. When neurons fire less frequently, overall brainwave activity shifts towards the calmer alpha and theta bands.
Stress is associated with multiple risk factors for Alzheimer’s Disease, including inflammation, calcium dysregulaton, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and inactivity. Stress raises cortisol levels, causing neurotoxic damage to hippocampal cells and other neurons. It also activates inflammatory mediators which can lead to widespread brain inflammation, especially in the hippocampus (which controls memory). Lastly, it impacts genetic health, reducing telomerase levels and telomere length.
The Cognigenics treatment lowers stress by promoting alpha frequency brainwaves, which characterize relaxation. It sharpens mental acuity by increasing theta frequency brainwaves, which signify states of enhanced cognitive clarity.
Alpha brainwave states reduce Alzheimer’s risk factors by promoting relaxation and lowering hypertension, anxiety, stress and cortisol levels.
Theta brainwave states ameliorate Alzheimer’s symptoms by enhancing cognition, mental acuity, focus, concentration, mindfulness and cognitive performance.
A new laboratory tool called CRISPR has sparked a revolution in genetic engineering. CRISPR is an advanced genome editing system that allows scientists to reprogram the genes of any living creature with astonishing ease. This breakthrough technology could increase longevity, fortify health, and enhance human abilities in many ways.
Genetic engineering is a foundational science—on par with physics, chemistry, and electronics. Genetics labs around the world have converted to CRISPR because it is inexpensive, precise, and easy to use.
With powerful tools like CRISPR, transhumanism concepts we might think of as science fiction today can be converted into mainstream reality overnight. The genie is out of the bottle.
Our approach has five key strengths:
1. Our straightforward design employs a simple mechanism of action which requires only a single point of contact in cells.
2. CRISPR’s precise vector targeting to neurons produces positive results without any known side effects.
3. Our design approach is extensively supported by neuroscience experiments.
4. The opportunity to achieve a solution using industry-standard CRISPR editing tools promises significantly lower R&D costs than custom drug development.
5. Using CRISPR also allows the company to leverage billions of dollars in ongoing global CRISPR R&D.