Is Your Child Bouncing Off The Walls? There Could Be A Reason

Let’s face it, young kids need constant stimulation. Their minds are still developing and they are curious about everything. This is a good thing and all part of growing up. But excessive energy or an inability to maintain control or focus could be a warning of a bigger issue. Sustained Hyperactivity could signal a misfire.. read more →

Stress Kills Brain Cells: Here’s What You Can Do About It.

There is now overwhelming scientific evidence that stress kills brain cells. Since stress is a “state of mind”, it would make sense that the part of the body most affected would be the mind. Stress often comes from many different sources, including work, family, relationships, money, and much more. While we may not have full.. read more →

Neurofeedback For ADHD…A Modern Day Solution?

You may have heard of “brain training” to boost intelligence or memory. If you or a child has the symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), there’s a type of brain training some researchers think may improve focus and help other symptoms too. It’s called neurofeedback. Several studies, including a review of five different ones.. read more →

PTSD Recovery With Neurofeedback

PTSD is characterized by severe anxiety following a traumatic event. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares and uncontrollable thoughts about the event. PTSD can be a complicated and sometimes confusing disorder. Certain risk factors such as childhood experiences, past trauma, and a family history of depression may make a person more susceptible to the disorder. Since.. read more →

Why You Should Consider Neurofeedback (Hint: It Works!)

You may have heard the name neurofeedback before and wondered what it is. Some may think it’s just some fad or a dangerous untested medical procedure. You are not alone, especially with all the misinformation available online. But 50 years of research have demonstrated that neurofeedback should be given serious attention. Here’s why: Brainwaves affect.. read more →

Chronic Pain Or Fatigue? Your Brain Could Be The Cause

Chronic pain is defined as any pain lasting more than 12 weeks. Chronic fatigue is a feeling of exhaustion or tiredness that does not go away with sleep.  It is estimated that 20% of the US population suffers from one of these conditions. Interestingly enough, recent research has shown that the BRAIN may play an.. read more →

Overcoming Addiction With Neurofeedback

Consider this: The entire body is regulated by the brain, which is basically a complex system of information-laden circuits called neurons. Introducing drugs and alcohol into the brain can confuse this circuitry, which is why these narcotics can cause people to act reckless and irresponsible. Now imagine what can happen to the brain after long.. read more →

Migraines And Neurofeedback

A migraine is much more than a headache. It is a debilitating neurological condition that can cripple even the strongest person and leave them unable to function. Migraines do not always respond to aspirin or normal headache remedies and can include sensitivity to light and sound. An estimated 13% of adults in the U.S. experience.. read more →

Lyme Disease And Neurofeedback

Lyme Disease is an infectious disease caused by a tick bite lasting more than 48 hours. It is estimated that 300,000 people become infected with Lyme Disease every year. Many people don’t know they are infected. But if it goes untreated, the infection can spread to the joints, the heart and the nervous system. Patients.. read more →

Could Your Brain Be Telling You Something?

Our brains are very good at letting us know when something is wrong. Being tired, angry or just confused could be signals that the brain needs attention. However, fatigue may not just be a lack of sleep. Likewise, anger may be more than a reaction to present events. It could be that the brain is.. read more →