Brain Mapping in Amarillo, Here Was My Experience: Pt. 1
As a kid, I couldn’t resist the ads in the back of my favorite comic books. I ordered more x-ray specs, ghost detectors, and other novelty items than a normal human ever should. So when I saw a Facebook ad for a free brain scan, of course I signed up. With little to no information, I made an appointment and prepared myself to have my brain waves monitored.
I went to the website and filled out my physiology assessment. I had to rate the frequency and intensity of things like insomnia, weight loss, menstrual cycles, sexual indifference, and a whole host of other conditions.
The next step was my ISI assessment. It was worse than the physiology assessment. Heartburn isn’t something I deal with. Being socially awkward unless I am “entertaining” is something I do deal with. Having a swimming cap on my head with wires coming out of it doesn’t bother me. Having to answer questions regarding how I feel emotionally does bother me. This so far is the most uncomfortable part for me.
Next was the CEC assessment. Two questions in, and I knew this was going to be bad. Right off the bat it asked me if I have trouble remembering what I had to eat the day before. Thinking about it, I couldn’t remember what I had to eat the day before. I am horrible at remembering phone numbers, which was the next question. More and more I’m starting to feel like a headcase. Fun and games are over. Now I’m worried.
I go tomorrow to get the results, and have no idea what I’m in for.