Who Is Neurofeedback For?
Every Brain Can Benefit from Neurofeedback
The same way we practice and improve our skills each day, our brains can improve our outlook, emotions and capabilities with the right training!
Who Can benefit the most from neurofeedback brain training?
Individuals with issues of Stress, Worry, Anxiety, Fear, Phobias, Resistance and everything in between.
Neurofeedback helps the brain learn to look at what’s actually happening and toss out irrational and imagined threats.
Children or Adults with Attention, Focus, Memory, ADD/ADHD, OCD, PTSD or emotional issues such as Anger, Sadness, Depression, Bi-polar and Mood swings.
Our brains are able to change behavior patterns and reactivity patterns if it realizes there is no need for them anymore.
People who have suffered any sort of brain trauma like Concussions, Traumatic Brain Injury, Surgery and even “Chemo Brain”
The brain functions as a whole and has the ability to rearrange and adapt, with the right training the brain can usually adapt to any damage or trauma experienced to improve sleep, headaches, imbalances and more.
Someone who is looking for personal growth such as to improve Musical talents, Sport performance, Business performance as well as allowing more Joy, Peace, Growth and Fulfillment in life
Brain Training helps the brain return to its natural state. In this state relaxation, peace, joy and gratitude all occur naturally and without conscious effort. There is also much less getting in the way of our best performances in any area of life.
The most common client’s perceived improvements of their symptoms, in order of most common are:
1. Sleep • Attention/Focus
5. Trauma (PTSD)
6. Headaches (Migraines)
7. Chronic pain (fibromyalgia) • General well-being • Burnout
8. Autism • Anger • (irritability, aggression) • Addiction • Eating disorders • mood swings (PMS, menopause) • Peak performance • Confidence • OCD • TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)
9. Epilepsy • Bi-polar • Aspergers • Panic attacks • Gastrointestinal problems (Celiac, constipation) • Phobias • Behavioral issues (tantrums, melt downs) • memory • Resiliency.
10. Dyslexia • Lyme disease • Tourettes • Chemobrain • Asthma • Meditative arts • Performing arts • Specific noise disturbance • Parkinsons
Remember these are the most common changes noticed, some may be lower because they are less common.