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Managers Are Stressed, and That Can Lead to Addiction

by Eva Benoit
Guest Blogger for Center for Brain

(Note: Neurofeedback is used around the country at drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers as well as in mental health care clinics to assist addicts/alcoholics in stabilizing their moods, diminishing cravings and making better decisions. See link to studies below.)

If you look at any mid- to high-level manager or executive’s schedule,

Heavy Social Media Use = ADHD Symptoms in Teens?

Heavy social media use may produce symptoms of ADHD in teens who have no previous ADHD symptoms.

That was the conclusion of a 24-month study published on July 17, 2018 in JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) in which researchers followed 2,587 adolescent boys and girls aged 15 and 16 in Los Angeles schools.

MD Anderson Cancer Center: Neurofeedback Reduces Chemo-Induced Neuropathy Symptoms

by Michael Cohen, Director
Center for Brain

Cancer patients being treated with chemotherapy who develop symptoms of neuropathy may find significant relief with the help of neurofeedback.

That is the conclusion of researchers at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston who exposed a group of patients with neuropathy to 20 sessions of neurofeedback training and compared them to a control group that did not receive neurofeedback training.

Playing a Musical Instrument Can Help Your Child Do Better in School by Rewiring the Brain

by Michael Cohen, Director
Center for Brain

At Center for Brain we often recommend that children who are struggling with attention or learning issues be encouraged to learn to play a musical instrument, particularly the keyboard, in addition to engaging in our neurofeedback program. There has been evidence over the years that playing an instrument helps enhance healthy brain development,

Keeping your Body and Mind Active Can Preserve Memory and Quality of Life into Old Age

by Michael Cohen, Director
Center for Brain

No one disputes that exercising your brain is a great way to keep it healthy and functioning into old age, but did you know that exercising your body is just as important?The results of a 12-year study published earlier this year in Neurology,

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