Dès la première session :

Nos utilisateurs observent une diminution du stress perçu et une augmentation immédiate du ressenti de relaxation.

En quelques semaines :

Vous aurez appris à votre cerveau à se relaxer plus efficacement en dehors de vos sessions d’entraînement. C’est alors que les bénéfices du quotidien se font ressentir : meilleur sommeil, meilleure humeur ou encore meilleure condition physique.

À long terme :

Vous améliorez le fonctionnement de votre réseau cérébral et serez mieux préparés face aux situations stressantes telles que la remise en question permanente, la peur d’échouer, les inquiétudes infondées…

Soyez en accord avec vous-même

Je commence aujourd'hui

Avoir une meilleure maîtrise de soi :

Disciplinez vos processus cérébraux et découvrez qu’il vous est possible d’avoir :

• Une meilleure maîtrise de vous-même.

• Un sang froid mieux maîtrisé.

• Une plus grande capacité à prendre des décisions.

• Un meilleur maintien de votre hygiène de vie.

Apprenez à mieux vous connaître :

Vous donner la possibilité d’écouter votre cerveau en temps réel, c’est vous permettre d’apprendre à :

• Mieux vous connaître.

• Lâcher prise.

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Découvrez les quatre bénéfices d’une utilisation régulière de Melomind

La solution melomind™ vous permet de faire un entrainement à domicile, grâce à son programme améliorez : 

  • Votre concentration
  • Vos capacités de relaxation
  • Vos prises de décision
  • Votre mental