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Neurofeedback

The notion that we can change someone’s brainwaves is revolutionary. For thousands of years, people have been practicing meditation to improve physical and mental health and achieve tranquility. Yet, scientists and medical professionals long believed that the human brain was hardwired. In recent times, that view evolved, as the regular use of positive affirmations proved effective in modifying brain function. And now, neuroscience has substantiated that Neurofeedback therapy is the fastest and most powerful method of training brain waves and reshaping the structure and function of the brain, resulting in better conditioning of – and performance by – both the body and the mind. Better still, unlike meditation or affirmations, this therapy does not require daily practice or years of commitment.

Thousands of clinical studies have shown Neurofeedback to be an effective therapy for anxiety, insomnia, depression, and many sub-types of ADHD. It can mitigate severe emotional and cognitive disorders, as well as addictions, obsessive-compulsive behavior, autism, epilepsy, migraines, PTSD, and TBI (traumatic brain injury). How much it can help each individual depends, of course, on many variables, like the severity of the condition or the plasticity of the patient’s brain.

With Neurofeedback, people can change brainwave activity in different areas of the brain. With the use of electrodes, a doctor or technician feeds back signals of different frequencies and amplitudes that result in a higher level of awareness.


Neurofeedback Accessible to Everyone

Neurofeedback is to the brain what exercise is to the body. It has been used extensively in military training. Not just fighter pilots and Navy Seals, but NASA astronauts, Olympic athletes, and Google executives undergo Neurofeedback to improve focus, creativity, and performance. Indeed, it is for anyone who seeks brain optimization.

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Neurofeedback, Meditation & Affirmations

The notion that we can change someone’s brainwaves is revolutionary. For thousands of years, people have been practicing meditation to improve physical and mental health and achieve tranquility. Yet, scientists and medical professionals long believed that the human brain was hardwired. In recent times, that view evolved, as the regular use of positive affirmations proved effective in modifying brain function. And now, neuroscience has substantiated that Neurofeedback therapy is the fastest and most powerful method of training brain waves and reshaping the structure and function of the brain, resulting in better conditioning of – and performance by – both the body and the mind. Better still, unlike meditation or affirmations, this therapy does not require daily practice or years of commitment.

Thousands of clinical studies have shown Neurofeedback to be an effective therapy for anxiety, insomnia, depression, and many sub-types of ADHD. It can mitigate severe emotional and cognitive disorders, as well as addictions, obsessive-compulsive behavior, autism, epilepsy, migraines, PTSD, and TBI (traumatic brain injury). How much it can help each individual depends, of course, on many variables, like the severity of the condition or the plasticity of the patient’s brain.

With Neurofeedback, people can change brainwave activity in different areas of the brain. With the use of electrodes, a doctor or technician feeds back signals of different frequencies and amplitudes that result in a higher level of awareness.


Neurofeedback Accessible to Everyone

Neurofeedback is to the brain what exercise is to the body. It has been used extensively in military training. Not just fighter pilots and Navy Seals, but NASA astronauts, Olympic athletes, and Google executives undergo Neurofeedback to improve focus, creativity, and performance. Indeed, it is for anyone who seeks brain optimization.