During brain mapping, EEG scanners are used to measure electrical signals in different brain areas. These signals are statistically analysed to see brainwave patterns. The EEG data is then recorded and processed by computer software program. This data is compared against a reference database of other people’s EEG. A Quantitative EEG (qEEG) brain map helps us detect the brain area where there is too little or too much activity. It helps to identify amplitude, location and dysregulation. All these are required to understand adequate level of mental functioning. If electrical activity is outside the normal parameters, then it gives us indication towards possible problem. Brain mapping is a precursor to neurofeedback brain training as it helps in devising an appropriate training plan.        


Neurons in the brain communicate with each other by electrical exchange. This electrical activity is displayed in the form of brainwaves which can be observed using electroencephalogram (EEG).

Delta waves are the slowest brainwave. They are most relaxing brainwave. It appears when you’re asleep. It measures from 0-4 Hz and have the highest amplitude.

Theta waves have greater amplitude. The frequency range is 5-7 Hz. Theta state is seen during light sleep or deep meditation. In this state you may experience vivid visualizations, profound creativity, flow of ideas and exceptional insight.

Alpha waves are produced naturally when you close your eyes and relax. Alpha brain waves are in the frequency range of 8 to 13 Hz. During this state your brain is said to awake and relaxed.

Beta waves are known as high frequency low amplitude that are commonly observed while we are awake. The frequency of beta waves is 14-40 Hz. It involves conscious tasks such as critical thinking, writing, reading, and socialization seen in day to day lives.

Gamma waves are the fastest of brain waves with high frequency. It is observed when processing of information from different brain areas simultaneously. Gamma brainwaves pass information rapidly and quietly.

Research indicates brainwave patterns are linked with emotional and neurological conditions. Brain mapping shows brainwaves associated with over-arousal in certain areas result in fidgeting, impulsivity, hyperactivity and agitation. Under-arousal in certain brain areas are linked with poor concentration, insomnia, and day-dreaming. Hence, brain mapping gives us a picture of brains current strengths and weaknesses.



Neurofeedback brain training session typically lasts for approximately 45 minutes. The time for training is 30 minutes and around 15 minutes is required to take your feedback and prepare the equipment for session. Normally, a minimum of 20-30 session is recommended to notice lasting benefits. However, number of session depends upon the intensity and duration of the problem. Being consistent is extremely important for the training to understand the benefits. A minimum of two sessions per week is recommended, however if one can do more, it’s better. Brain training results can be seen after first few sessions, but most people require continued sessions to maintain the results long-term. Every individual is different, so is their brain. Therefore, neurofeedback brain training program in Dubai is tailor-made to suit your specific needs after obtaining results from brain mapping, continuous performance test and an in-depth consultation.                  
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