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Biofeedback vs. Neurofeedback

Biofeedback vs. Neurofeedback

With the rise of clinical issues such as anxiety and depression in children and adults, people are searching for natural mental health solutions.  Neurofeedback and biofeedback are two different forms of brain-based treatments that gained popularity in recent years due to their non-invasive and mediation-free approach to improving physical and mental health issues and clinical …

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QEEG Brain Map

QEEG Brain Map for ADHD and Autism

The symptoms of ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) often arise due to brain dysregulation. In these disorders, specific brain regions fail to work optimally to process behavioral or emotional control and mental functioning. While brain dysregulation is more apparent in ASD than in ADHD, both conditions show chaos in the …

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5 Ways Neurofeedback Helps Children and Teens with ADHD

5 Ways Neurofeedback Helps Children and Teens with ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is type of a neurodevelopmental disorder affecting children and adults. Its common symptoms are inattention, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity. These symptoms can significantly impact an ADHD kid’s ability to function in daily life and can lead to difficulties in school, work, and relationships. While medications such as stimulants and non-stimulants are often …

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17 Reasons A Child Has Mood Swings

17 Reasons A Child Has Mood Swings

Emotional regulation is an important foundational component of not just behavioral regulation but attention, executive functioning, and all learning. Without a calm brain to build a foundation upon, the nervous system can’t learn in the same way. When a person or child struggles with emotional regulation, they are more prone to mental health issues, behavioral …

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Neurofeedback Research

– How Effective is Neurofeedback? Neurofeedback isn’t anything new and has in fact been in use since the 1960’s and steadily has increased since the advent of the personal computer in the late 1980’s. Today, there are tens of thousands of studies and over 3,000 peer reviewed studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of neurofeedback in …

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At Home Neurofeedback

Can Neurofeedback Be Done At Home? Neurofeedback can be done remotely in the comfort of your own home. Neurofeedback at home is something that actually has been around for more than a decade! Surprisingly, technology that allows neurofeedback to be done virtually has not only been available for many years.  At-home neurofeedback for ADHD can …

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Why a QEEG Brain Map is an Important Diagnostic Tool

A QEEG brain map is an objective measure of brainwave activity that gives us information about the function of the brain in specific regions of the brain (e.g. the frontal lobes which are the attention center of the brain) and how the brain processes information from site to site or how it communicates. Think of brain communication as how many highways a brain has; with the more highways, the easier it is for one to pay attention, learn, and regulate. A QEEG brain map or a brain check is a critical first step in the process of beginning neurofeedback, which is a therapy that can create lasting change. A QEEG brain mapping is a science-backed tool that can help with clinical conditions such as ADHD, executive functioning, anxiety, OCD, PANS/PANDAS, Lyme, learning and processing issues, and depression. 

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