Peak Performance And Neurofeedback

PEAK PERFORMANCE + NEUROFEEDBACK “Peak performance training is designed to make the already functional individual perform at a much higher level. The difference between two equally gifted athletes, one who excels and one who “also ran,” is more than likely the ability to perform at their peak when it counts. Two equally gifted children in school may not have the … Read More

Neurofeedback Help for Anxiety And Panic Attacks

Imagine if you will, living in a state of constant worry. Sometimes it is just a sense of uneasiness; at other times, it is a chronic state of fear; and at still other times, it is a paralysis of will. There are people who spend their life bracing for what could happen. Some individuals are in constant dread of some … Read More

Neurofeedback For Depression

We do not normally think of children being depressed, but depression knows no social, economic, gender, or age boundaries. There are many children with dysregulated brains who manifest symptoms of depression. Many children diagnosed with ADHD and other disorders are actually depressed, and if you clear the depression the attentional and behavioral problems disappear. Depression can manifest at any age. … Read More

Neurofeedback helps regulate clusters of symptoms

Neurofeedback helps regulate clusters of symptoms. From Healing Young Brains. Robert Hill, Ph.D., Eduardo castro, M.D. “Early in the development f neurofeeback, several practitioners proposed the idea of global dysregulation. The idea behind his theory is that if brainwaves are dysregulated, there is a strong likelihood of a cluster of symptoms rather than just a single problem. This made sense … Read More

Pediatrics Neurofeedback with ADHD

In November 2012, the American Academy of Pediatrics approved biofeedback and Neurofeedback as a Level 1 or “best support” treatment option for children suffering from ADHD. Pediatrics. 2014 Mar: 133(3):483-92. doi:10. 1542/peds.2013-2059. Epub 2014 Feb 17 In-school neurofeedback training for ADHD: sustained improvements from a randomized control trial.: Steiner NJ 1, Frenette EC, Rene KM, Brennan RT, Perrin EC OBJECTIVE: … Read More

Former Denver Broncos Seek Concussion Relief Through Neurofeedback

About a dozen former Denver Broncos, some from the Orange Crush era, are taking part in a research study they say is helping them recover from post-concussion symptoms and traumatic brain injuries. They believe those injuries were suffered during their playing days. The process uses Neurofeedback to “Re-train” the brain and restore healthy brainwave patterns that were knocked out of … Read More

Anxiety: Why Neurofeedback Works So Well

Do you have panic attacks for seemingly no reason? Are you so worried about being judged by others or embarrassed that it stops you from engaging in social situations? Are you so scared of heights, flying, or something else that it causes you to avoid things in your daily life? Does stress cause you to not be able to function … Read More

Overcoming ADHD Without Medications: Why Neurofeedback Works

Attention-deficit disorder and attention deficit hyperactive disorder is one of the most commonly diagnosed conditions in America today. It’s not hard to see why, as the symptoms associated with a diagnosis are very common in many other problems: Distracted, impulsive, lack of attention or focus, can’t sit still, anger issues, etc. Individually these symptoms can relate to a host of … Read More