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Help Your Kids Eat Healthier!

Put on a fun cooking show that highlights healthy food recipes for kids Television programs featuring healthy foods can be a key ingredient in leading children to make healthier food choices now and into adulthood. A new study in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior found kids who watched a child-oriented cooking show featuring [...]

4 Ways to Cope with the Holiday Blues

For some, the excitement of gathering with friends and family, purchasing holiday gifts, and celebrating holiday traditions are a much anticipated joy. For others, the time leading up to Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa may bring up feelings of anxiety, stress, grief, or depression. The Holiday Blues can happen to anyone, but the good news is [...]

Too Much Internet Use Can Lead to Changes in Brain Function and Social Interactions

According to a recent study released by NICM Health Research Institute, Western Sydney University, current trends in both online gaming, and the extended use of the internet at work could lead to changes in brain functions. Decrease in Focus, Concentration One of the researchers, Dr. Josh Firth, stated: "The key findings of this report are [...]

Neurofeedback Can Improve Memory Loss

A certain amount of decline in memory and cognition is normal as we age, but too much can disrupt your life. It can make you feel socially awkward, and embarrassed around those you care about. If you can’t follow the thread of a conversation, it can make it difficult to maintain ties with friends and [...]

How Can Neurofeedback Training Ease ADHD Symptoms?

When a child is struggling at school with focus, attention and impulsive behavior, the diagnosis that often comes to mind is Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Researchers estimate that 6 million children in the U.S. have been diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Stimulant medication, often prescribed to help improve focus, is the most common treatment that medical professionals [...]

Neurofeedback: An Excellent Tool for Improving Executive Performance

Consider investing in yourself to improve your well-being and your career. Improved health and mental focus can help you balance the stressors of daily living while keeping you headed toward your goals. Maybe you are seeking a promotion, a career shift, starting your own business or finding an innovative way to create more balance in [...]

Neurofeedback Training and Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease, a form of dementia, affects 5 million Americans according to the Alzheimer’s Association. In Virginia, 140,000 adults are living with the disease right now. The progressive, fatal disorder, which affects seniors ages 65 and older most commonly, is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. Some medications have been approved [...]

Drug Free Treatment for Trauma and PTSD with Neurofeedback

Experiencing trauma is more common than you might think in this day and age. Chances are very good you either know someone, or personally witnessed a frightening event, where you or a loved one’s life was in danger. Mass shootings seem almost commonplace. Natural disasters,  war atrocities, and terror bombings can create changes in the [...]

5 Tips to Get a Better Night’s Sleep Without Medication

Getting a poor night’s sleep can wreak havoc in so many ways. It can be hard to concentrate and to remember simple things, such as which grocery item to pick up at the store. If you only got a few hours, not the 7-9 hours that is often recommended, you could feel tired during the [...]

Smoother Mornings When Your Child Has ADHD

Families are gearing up for back-to-school, gathering school supplies, getting yearly physicals, and signing up for extracurricular activities. Taking time to plan your family’s morning routine is just as important for getting off to a good start to the year. If any of your family members have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or Attention Deficit Disorder [...]