HOW DOES BRAIN TRAINING WORK?
Brain training is a way to maximize your brain’s ability and solve any obstacles that prevent your brain from performing to its optimum level, using the science of Neurofeedback.
It presents a powerful and medicine-free way to fix both common and complex issues such as anxiety, stress, memory loss, ADHD, behavioral problems and more.
The results are so accurate that we offer a if there is no improvement post the sessions.
WHAT IS NEUROFEEDBACK?
Neurofeedback is biofeedback for the brain. It is a non-invasive technique that helps the brain self-regulate.We simply measure brain activity using sensors and special softwares and relay that information back to the brain in real time via audio and video display. This information about its own activity helps the brain adjust itself for better performance.
Improving the brain’s self-regulation helps clients function better cognitively, emotionally as well as behaviorally.It can be a useful tool for anyone looking to maximize their brain’s potential and their performance: whether it be athletes wishing to improve their game, adults interested in sharpening their memory or children dealing with ADHD.
HOW IS NEUROFEEDBACK DONE?
Neurons in our brains talk to each other through synapses which produce the resulting brain waves. We attach sensors to the scalp which record these brain waves. This process is completely painless and non-invasive.
We do not transmit any signals to the brain, we only listen in on the electrical activity and record the information revealed through EEG.
A computer then processes these brain waves and using the software we show you the ebb and flow of your waves in the form of changes in audio and video output.
The specific frequencies we select and sensor locations on the scalp are uniquely tailored to suit your personal needs. These can vary as you progress through your brain training sessions.
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM NEUROFEEDBACK BRAIN TRAINING?
Neurofeedback brain training can help with:
- ADHD- read more
- Anxiety- read more
- Depression- read more
- Learning disabilities- read more
- Memory loss- read more
- Migraine- read more
- Peak performance- read more
- Sleep disorder- read more
- Stress- read more