Neurofeedback Research

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Want more productivity and less stress. Me too. Here's how I do it, especially when I am not at my best (oh come on, it happens to the best of us, right?) Ok, It is Tuesday and my brain is cooked. It is not usually cooked until Thursday, but this week

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I have music playing in my home a lot, all different kinds throughout the day. Very often my whole crew will random dance in our living room. My hubbie uses a lot of 80’s dance moves. It’s all he knows ;) If you want to work your body, go to the

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Here’s a tip for all you cosmo lovers out there like me!I know how easy it is to fall in to the trap of constantly sipping on cocktails, be it at a party, after work, or on the front porch with friends. There is a ton of science (want to see

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Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, has been shown to be associated with abnormal oscillatory patterns within the brain. Recent findings by researchers show that this pattern can be identified by a qEEG Brain Map and then can be normalized using Neurofeedback Therapy. Check out the articles called Neurofeedback for

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In a study of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, children who received Neurofeedback training improved in a wide variety of skills, abilities, and behaviors much more than those who did not receive neurofeedback. 26% average reduction in behaviors on the Autistic Treatment Evaluation Checklists (ATEC) was shown by those kids that

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Many recent studies show that Neurofeedback helps reduce anxiety in different ways, for many different types of people. What “types of people” you might be thinking? Phobias: After Neurofeedback treatment, people were able to consciously decrease their anxious feelings about the phobia they used to have. Medications: Another interesting study

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