"I have used BAUD as part of a comprehensive intensive outpatient treatment of addictions for the reduction of substance craving in patients with cocaine or cannabis addiction. For the reduction of craving cocaine and cannabis there are no approved medical blockers. In my experience, I have used it on these patients one day a week for the first month to help to obtain the goal of total abstinence. One treatment with BAUD helps patients to reduce the intensity and the frequency of persistent subjective symptoms of cravings for PTSD these substance for about one week or more."

Arnaldo Cruz Igartua MD, Psychiatrist, Board Certified in General and Addiction Psychiatry, Puerto Rico

"I have both seen and experienced amazingly fast results using the BAUD in my work with trauma, chronic fatigue and depression.."

Sarah L. Schroer, LSCSW - Overland Park, KS

BAUD in the News:
Turning Off PTSD Trauma

It changed me. It was instantaneous; I've never slept so good in my life. It sounds too good to be true, I know. Believe me, when I first heard about it, you have no idea how skeptical I was."

Veteran recounting BAUD results

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About the BAUD

The BAUD is a novel therapy device originally developed for improving ADD/ADHD symptoms, and clinical use revealed it to also be helpful reducing stress associated with emotional issues, addictive urges, and even chronic pain. FDA-cleared in 2006 as a class II device for adjunct therapy, the BAUD has since been been used in over 500,000 clinical sessions in 20 countries. Its patented technology uses specially designed sound frequencies which the patient listens to while performing a simple mental protocol based on the latest research into enhancing synaptic plasticity.

Emerging research points to maladaptive plasticity as a core problem in trauma, pain and addiction. Neural circuits can become sensitized - essentially "stuck" - in a high volume firing state. Relieving negative feelings or chronic pain becomes very difficult, since this neural state perpetuates the exaggerated feelings, urges or sensations.

How it Works

The BAUD is a novel therapy tool for applying and benefiting from this knowledge. The BAUD will help your patients relax and release the stress that drives many negative habit patterns and reactions. As a result, it becomes easier for them to reshape reactive patterns of thought, feeling and action, and to quiet those negative urges. Research has shown that relaxation and stress reduction can enhance neuroplasticity and the brains ability to self-regulate.

The BAUD has been applied by therapists around the world to help patients with a wide variety of problems, from emotional issues to food cravings to chronic pain.

The BAUD in Your Practice

The BAUD is easy to integrate as an adjunct therapy into any type of practice. Psychologists, doctors, psychiatrists, physical therapists and neurotherapists around the world have found the BAUD easy to learn and apply to their patients. It takes just minutes to learn the Basic Protocol. And most clients can learn to self-administer the BAUD as well. Some therapists have multiple BAUDs in the office to service several clients at once. Whether you treat emotional problems, addiction, or pain issues, the BAUD gives you a powerful additional tool with the technology to help your clients achieve the relief they are looking for.


The BAUD is FDA cleared as a class II adjunct therapy, and carries no significant negative side effects.