Neurofeedback.

Frank Duffy, the Director of the Clinical Neurophysiology and Developmental Neurophysiology Laboratories of Boston Children’s Hospital says: “The literature, which lacks any negative study, suggests that Neurofeedback plays a major therapeutic role in many different areas. In my opinion, if any medication had demonstrated such a wide spectrum of efficacy it would be universally accepted …

NBA star uses neurofeedback to help his game and his life:

Updated Mar 18, 2008; Posted Mar 18, 2008129 shares By Anne Holcomb Special to the Kalamazoo Gazette Danny Moloshok | Associated PressLos Angeles Clippers star center Chris Kaman, who grew up in the Grand Rapids area, tries to defend against the Sacramento Kings’ Beno Udrih during an NBA game on March 5 in L.A. GRAND RAPIDSChris Kaman, through his …

Head games: How Kirk Cousins uses brain training to get an edge

https://www.espn.com/blog/nfcnorth/post/_/id/82734/head-games-how-kirk-cousins-uses-brain-training-to-get-an-edge Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer Dec. 1 2018 MINNEAPOLIS — Every quarterback in the NFL has his own disciplined regimen to help him withstand the physical and mental demands of the position. Tom Brady’s process of achieving peak physical performance blew up into a well-known brand known as the TB12 Method. It’s no different for Kirk …

MINDFULNESS & NEUROFEEDBACK:

Through mindfulness and meditation research, neuroscientists have come to recognise the emotional and health benefits of a clear, balanced and centred mind. Mindfulness As per the web site DeStress Monday, they define mindfulness as- “the act of paying close attention to your thoughts, feelings and sensations as they’re happening. This is sometimes called being present …

How Neurofeedback Is Revolutionizing Stress Management

What is stress? Stress is your body’s way of responding to any kind of demand or threat. When you sense danger—whether it’s real or imagined—the body’s defenses kick into high gear in a rapid, automatic process known as the “fight-or-flight” reaction or the “stress response.” The stress response is the body’s way of protecting you. …

Neurofeedback has been approved by the FDA for relaxation!!!!!

Research: neurofeedback for PTSD- Multiple studies have been completed looking at the effectiveness of neurofeedback for post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in adults. A recent controlled study showed that 24 sessions of neurofeedback signficantly reduced PTSD symptoms. One study has been completed with children. These studies all suggest that neurofeedback is a very promising approach …

If It Feels Like Stress Is Killing You, That’s Because It Might Be

When you feel frazzled, so do your organs and cells By Brooke Borel March 20, 2015 CHRONIC STRESS HAS CONSEQUENCES Photograph and sculpture by Jason Freeny/Moistproduction.com Chronic stress stems from many circumstances, such as poverty, a bad marriage, or long-term ailments. Its repercussions—elevated cortisol levels and inflammation—can wear us out, from the cellular level on up to …

ATTENTION TRAINING- AKA Brain Training

A clear and focused mind is crucial to learning and life skills. Neurofeedback helps your brain learn to focus and concentrate at will. Neurofeedback concentration training is used by students, kids/adolescents, businessmen, surgeons, politicians, professionals, Olympic athletes ,gym goers, and Anyone wanting PEAK PERFORMANCE to achieve the BEST they can be. Being able to pay …

Are you a Musician or Aspiring to be one? If yes, read further to see how you can improve your talents…

New Research Regarding EEG Neurofeedback and Musicians. Researchers from Imperial College London and Charing Cross Hospital have discovered a way to help musicians improve their musical performances by an average of up to 25% , equivalent to an improvement of one grade or class of honours. Researchers from Imperial College London and Charing Cross Hospital have discovered a …

Welcome to Wellness Wednesday 😀

This week’s tip comes from a health promoter and  involves something we do ~23,040 times per day, yet rarely notice we are doing it—BREATHING!  We know that breathing is an essential activity to keep our body alive, allowing oxygen to enter and waste to be eliminated (seventy percent of waste is eliminated from your lungs …

Neurofeedback therapy in patients with acute and chronic pain syndromes–literature review and own experiences Abstract

Pain management is based mainly on pharmacotherapy which has many limitations. Non-pharmacological techniques, like neurofeedback (EEG-biofeedback) are alternative methods of pain treatment. Data from literature confirm high efficacy of neurofeedback in pain syndromes treatment, chronic and acute as well. Neurofeedback plays an important role in management of post stroke, post traumatic headaches and in primary …

Neuroplasticity and Neurofeedback: How Do They Relate?

On March 23, 2018 / By /In Brain Science The momentum behind today’s brain science and research is unparalleled in our history. So much so, that even just as recently as two decades ago the brain was still scientifically regarded as a fixed system. This means that scientists and practitioners collectively believed that the number of neurons present in our …

Neurofeedback and Business Performance

PEAK PERFORMANCE The brain is like any other organ in the body. If you exercise it, it performs better. An efficient brain can accomplish more, with greater accuracy, in less time. Neurofeedback provides high performers with the tools to train and exercise neural-nets in the same way as one exercises and builds muscles. The personalised …

Neurofeedback for Peak Performance

NEUROFEEDBACK, AS PART OF BRAIN FITNESS TRAINING, EXERCISES AND STRENGTHENS YOUR BRAIN, FOR OPTIMUM BRAIN FUNCTION! As students, professionals, or athletes, we use our minds intensively each day, and are exposed to significant levels of stress. Neurofeedback, as part of brain fitness training, helps clients unlock the full potential of their minds resulting in more …

PEAK PERFORMANCE

Focus and emotional balance is the key to peak performance in all areas. Neurofeedback trains your brain to function more efficiently, improving mental functioning and emotional stability. Much like physical training, we use brainwave training to strengthen specific brainwave patterns. The more you practice activating a specific area the stronger and more capable that area …

UCLA Neurofeedback Helps With Sobriety

Addiction studies have suggested that sobriety rates can be improved using evidence-based modalities that complement and enhance the efficacy of a 12-step or faith-based addiction recovery program.  The largest and most efficacious addiction research to date is a n=121 randomized controlled trial conducted by UCLA, which was published in a 2005 edition of The American Journal of Drug and …

PTSD: ‘The Dirty Little Secret of Law Enforcement’

By Tiffany S. Thomas | March 21, 2018L US Capitol Police march in honor of slain officers Jacob Chestnut and John Gibson, July 1998. Photo by Elvert Barnes, via Flickr On a warm early morning in 2007, police officer Mark Dibona was sitting in his cruiser in front of a fire station in Sanford, Florida. Dibona was taking …

Police officers face cumulative PTSD

Unlike a physical injury, a mental traumatic injury can happen almost daily Apr 3, 2017 By Michelle Beshears, Faculty Member, Criminal Justice at American Military University Even with all we know about its effects and ways to treat it, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is common among police officers and continues to take its toll on their lives and …