It significantly reduces stress levels, which, in turn, could help improve general well-being and levels of performance, a study by the Institute for Frontier Science in the US has concluded.
Researcher Beverley Rubik tested the resonances from a 'quantum technology' device called the ONE08 on a group of 20 volunteers, have of whom were given a sham version. As the study was double-blinded, none of the participants knew if they were using the real Q-Link resonances or fake ones.
Their heart rates were monitored before, and while, they were exposed to Q-Link resonances—or the sham—for 35 minutes via a smart phone app. The Q-Link group had a 30 per cent reduction in heart rate and nervous system measures that are an indicator of stress levels.
The ONE08 has been developed by the people behind the Q-Link. It's available as a smart phone app.