Non-Invasive Brain Training to beat Stress
Stress seems to be an integral part of our daily working life in an environment that doesn’t tolerate low level functioning. It is real during the moments of crisis but it can also be perceived in some cases. A little stress is inevitable in everyday life, however ongoing chronic stress can severely damage one’s health. In severe cases it can cause personality disorders, cardio-vascular diseases such as heart attacks, menstrual problems, sexual dysfunction, psoriasis, eczema and permanent hair loss.
Did you know?
Common symptoms of Stress:
- Emotional symptoms - frustration, moodiness and feeling overwhelmed.
- Physical symptoms - headaches, insomnia, excessive weight gain, allergies
- Cognitive symptoms -anxiety, constantly worrying and being extremely pessimistic
How does brain training help people with stress?
While we cannot eliminate all the stress from our lives, we do have the ability to train our brain to manage this stress well. We use EEG to monitor your brainwaves and give feedback back to you. During a session, you will sit in a comfortable chair and watch your favorite movie. While you do that, we listen to your brain activity through sensors placed on your head. Every time your brain does something right, it gets a positive reward in the form of better picture and sound. Over time, your brain learns what it needs to do to relax and stay focused. By the end of your customized brain training program, you will find yourself to be calmer, more relaxed and focused even in stressful situations.
Brain Training sessions with Evolve have improved my focus greatly. It has enhanced my emotional as well as business resilience. I am now able to mentally take a step backwards from various challenges at work and view them with a much calmer and more productive mind set. This means I am also better able to handle stressful situations.
Thanks to Evolve Brain Training, I have seen a boost in my creativity at work as I am now able to think differently. My focus has improved and i am able to multitask more easily. As a result, I am also more productive. On top of that, I have noticed that I am much calmer and more centered in stressful situations.
I highly recommend Evolve for anyone dealing with a stressful job. After only a few sessions, I was able to manage my stress much better and remain calm in difficult situations. I feel that the sessions help me get in the zone and come up with creative solutions at work.
As an entrepreneur, I juggle many different roles. Training my brain with Evolve has helped me manage my time better and to stay on top of all my projects. Also, my memory has become sharp which is very important for me as a public speaker and makes me more confident on stage.
HOW IT WORKS
Learn more about Neurofeedback
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Frequently asked questions
Since neurofeedback involves learning and every person is unique, the type, order and pace of change differs from person to person. You will start experiencing benefits within the first few sessions. But for these effects to last, we recommend a full package of 20 sessions. However, some may require more than 20 sessions.
Neurofeedback is effective in the vast majority of cases, and provides measurable results. Almost everyone responds to training, and the results are long lasting. Our clients report significant improvement towards their goals 95% of the time; an exceptionally high rate of achievement.
There are no harmful side effects. Neurofeedback is essentially structured exercises for your brain and as with physical exercise sometimes the brain may experience fatigue after the sessions. However, these effects are rare and last only for few hours.
Neurofeedback is a suitable training for adults as well as children above the age of 6 years.
Neurofeedback complements other therapies like counseling very well and can speed up the healing process. If you are taking medications targeting brain function, successful neurofeedback training may require the dosage to be reduced.