Neurofeedback Blog

Tune in to the Carlton NeuroFeedback Center blog to learn more about brain health, the latest research, the mechanics of neurofeedback, and more ideas and tips to help you advocate for your own health and wellness. Each individual’s health journey is unique, which is why we are committed to helping our patients as we would our own family. As always, if we can partner with you on your healthcare journey, we hope you will contact us and make an appointment.

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 [...]

Neurofeedback: An Excellent Tool for Improving Executive Performance

As the holiday season comes closer, 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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Common Triggers for Migraine Pain and One Way to Relieve Them Without Medication

Nearly 30 million people in the U.S.have reported experiencing intense, throbbing migraine headaches that may last up to two days. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Women’s Health, migraine [...]