Awake At 3 am? It Could Be Insomnia.

If you are reading this at 3 am in the morning, chances are you may suffer from insomnia or some form of sleep disorder. But consider this: Insomnia can lead to bigger problems such as fatigue, lack of focus, short temper, forgetfulness and mental fog. It is important to determine the root cause of your.. read more →

Helping a child with ADD: What you need to know

Children with ADD or ADHD generally have deficits in executive function: the ability to think and plan ahead, organize, control impulses, and complete tasks. So a parent must take over as executive, providing extra guidance while a child gradually acquires executive skills of their own. Although the symptoms of ADHD can be nothing short of.. read more →

Is This The Reason For Anxiety And Depression?

Alpha Waves May Hold The Key To Recovery Decades of Brain research may have yielded an answer for why emotions are so hard to manage for some. It has to do with the Alpha waves in our brains. Alpha waves are one of 4 main brainwaves that exist in every person. They are responsible for.. read more →

Paying Attention To Brain Health: It’s Important

Here’s why neurofeedback can help with most mental health issues: The brain is like a musical quartet. When all musicians are in sync, the sound is harmonious. But if one musician is off, it can affect the whole performance. Brainwaves operate in much the same way, working together to keep the brain working smoothly. Over.. read more →

Neurofeedback To Improve Athletic Performance

During the last decade the use of Neurofeedback techniques to achieve a better athletic performance has been a booming subject. More and more athletes use mental training each day as a means of achieving the ultimate competitive edge. One of the most well-known examples is the Italian football team that won the 2004 World Cup.. read more →

Neurofeedback for Depression

Compelling research evidence exists that there is often a neurophysiological basis for depression, particularly in people with a family history of depression. Neuroscientists have discovered a particular brainwave pattern that allows us to identify individuals with a biological predisposition for developing depression. This biological marker appears to be very robust (Davidson, 1998a, b), having been.. read more →

Neurofeedback Helps Cellist Improve

“Practice makes perfect,” the saying goes. Optimal performance, however, can require more than talent, effort, and repetition. Training the brain to reduce stress through neurofeedback can remove barriers and enhance one’s innate abilities. An article in the journal Biofeedback presents the narrative of a young cellist who was able to realize the potential of his talent and eliminate debilitating.. read more →

What IS Neurofeedback?

What exactly is Neurofeedback and see how it can help children with ADHD type symptoms read more →

Video: Improving Brain Function

Neurofeedback training allows the central nervous system to function better. Video from read more →

Brain Training for Post-Traumatic Stress

This article was taken from TV station KENS 5 in San Antonio by Sarah Lucero / KENS 5 Dr. Ron Swatzyna remembers Nov. 5, 2009, well. That day, Major Nidal Hassan opened fire at Fort Hood, killing 13 people and wounding dozens of others. But all Swatzyna could think about was what must have been.. read more →