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NeuroFeedback and Lyme

NeuroFeedback and Lyme Disease

Lyme disease can cause the fight-flight stress response system of the central nervous system to overreact.  This can cause symptoms like agitation, brain fog, fatigue, and sleep disturbances.   We know that neurofeedback has a calming and centering effect on the central nervous system with effects directly opposite the Lyme’s Disease symptoms.  People who use neurofeedback …

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Neurofeedback and Concussions or TBI

Many people have found great success with brain training while healing from concussions and traumatic brain injuries (TBI.) TBI is included on the list of issues found to respond very well to brain training according to the 2014 survey of NeurOptimal Trainers world-wide.     The NeurOptimal website includes case studies and research on multiple …

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Child brain training with NeurOptimal

Learning More About NeurOptimal

Want to learn more about the science, the background, and the journey of NeurOptimal?  Here are some resources for you to study:   Listen to the creator of NeurOptimal discuss how he came to invent a device that can sample and communicate with the brain in real-time: https://www.lifestylelocker.com/valbrown/ Some favorite clips: “what kind of mathematics …

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STUDY ON EFFICACY OF NEUROFEEDBACK FOR ADHD AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS

In-School Neurofeedback Training for ADHD:Sustained Improvements From a Randomized Control Trial Naomi J Seiner,MD; Elizabeth C. Frenette, MPH; Kirsten M.Rene,MA; Robert T. Brennan, EdD; Ellen C. Perrin, MD OBJECTIVE: To evaluate sustained improvements 6 months after a 40-session, in-school computer attention training intervention using neurofeedback or cognitive training (CT) administered to 7- to 11-year-olds with …

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