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Many common conditions like ADD, ADHD, anxiety, panic attacks and depression can occur when brainwaves are running too fast or too slow. Neurofeedback can teach the brain to regulate its brainwaves properly which can result in improved focus, concentration, and behavior.
How does neurofeedback improve brain function?
Neurofeedback monitors brainwaves on the surface of your head with small sensors placed on the scalp. The
actual protocol used in training is designed based on a brain map, performed in our office.
During a normal session, the computer will monitor your brainwaves for any that are out of the normal range. When it finds one, the system triggers a response that changes the video and audio output. This “feedback” is enough to get your brain’s attention and help your brain focus more.
These corrections happen many times during a typical 30 minute training session. This learning process creates new, more efficient neural pathways over time. Soon, your brain learns to maintain these more efficient pathways on it`s own. The result – no more ADD or ADHD symptoms!
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A clear and focused mind is crucial to learning and life activities. Neurofeedback can help you learn to focus and concentrate at will. People with ADHD have specific brainwave imbalances in the brain areas that deal with controlling impulses and focusing attention.
Being able to pay attention means better organization and accuracy, fewer distractions, improving social skills by being able to listen attentively to others, and mastering new tasks and material more rapidly.
Neurofeedback Can Help
Think of your brain as a sophisticated computer. When the operating system is optimal, it runs smoothly and efficiently. Your brainwaves operate in much the same way, working together to keep your mind and body in sync and running harmoniously. If any brainwaves are off, it can impact your entire system negatively.
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