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Effects Anxiety Can Have on Your Brain

What is anxiety? Anxiety is a general term used to describe worry, fear or apprehension. Under normal circumstances, it is our body’s response to a traumatic, dangerous or fear-inducing circumstance. When the worry progresses to interfering with daily activities, it is time to seek help. Anxiety disorders can affect relationships, work, sleep, and the ability [...]

4 Benefits of Treating Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD or ADHD) with Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback is a type of neurotherapy that has been in use since the 1970s. It is used to treat a number of mental health diagnoses and nervous system disorders, like Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). These conditions cause problems with attention, concentration, forgetfulness, impulsivity, and managing emotions. The following are [...]

Does Winter Give You the Blues?

Natural Solutions for Seasonal Affective Disorder When short, dark days and frigid weather roll around each winter, do you feel yourself wanting to hibernate? Researchers estimate that up to 6% of the U.S. population suffers from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and 14% more experience the milder form as Winter Blues. Both are types of depression [...]

Studies Show an 89% Success Rate for Improved Autism Outcomes with Neurofeedback Training

Children and adults who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or Asperger Syndrome may exhibit many different symptoms. They tend to center around issues with communication, social interaction, repetitive behaviors, and mood disorders, such as hyperactivity or anxiety. Scientists are unsure the exact mechanism for why autism develops, but they do know that [...]

15 of the Biggest Myths We Commonly Hear About Neurofeedback (But Aren’t True!) – Part 3

Neurofeedback is a holistic approach to improving your brain’s overall performance, which can reap benefits in healthy individuals and in those with brain-based conditions. But it is such a specialized, niche field of applied neuroscience even though it has been in use since the 70s, that many health professionals have termed it complementary and alternative, [...]

15 of the Biggest Myths We Commonly Hear About Neurofeedback – Part 2

Neurofeedback is a type of exercise for your brain that can help it operate more efficiently, making it easier to manage stress, stay focused, and think more clearly. However, neurofeedback goes by many names which can make it a little confusing to identify. It can be called neurotherapy, EEG neurofeedback, neurobiofeedback, brainwave training, EEG biofeedback, [...]

15 of the Biggest Myths We Commonly Hear About Neurofeedback (But Aren’t True!) – Part 1

Neurofeedback is a subspecialty of applied neuroscience that has been around since the 1970s and even earlier by some accounts. It is a form of biofeedback that takes a comprehensive approach to training the brain to regulate itself more efficiently. This holistic approach can result in better sleep, balanced moods, emotional resilience, improved attention, and [...]

Take Control Of Your Anger And Improve Your Mood

With Neurofeedback Everyone has a bad day sometimes. You know, when things just “don`t go your way”.  A poor behavior report from your child`s school you just learned starts the day off. Then, a frustrating commute to work punctuated by a fender bender, making you late. During the day, the annoyances build up with yet [...]

Stop Stress Eating-Naturally!

Have you ever noticed yourself eating too much or having cravings that are triggered by emotions, like stress, anxiety, or depression? Neurofeedback training can help you stop “eating your feelings”. This technology uses your brain`s natural ability to learn, in order to eliminate those triggers, allowing you to regain control of your life.  In as [...]

How Neurofeedback Improved Communication For A Child with Autism

A Case study Recently, a six year old boy was brought to our office suffering with a moderate form of Autism Spectrum Disorder, and had problems with communication and emotional outbursts. When I first met him, he was agitated and fearful. The child was so frightened of medical personnel that he became very upset, screaming [...]