What does training the brain help?
When the brain works better, a lot of problems are reduced. The brain can manage problems better and works more normally.
Conditions helped by training the brain:
ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorder)
Lots of research shows improved focus and attentional skills for ADD/ADHD.
> Complementary ADD Treatment
Autism, Aspergers, Developmental Delays
Helps them learn to calm themselves, seems to speed development.
> Complementary Autism Treatment
Reduces symptoms that lead to self-medication, particularly anxiety, depression, sleep.
> Complementary Addiction Treatment
People often report things that used to make them anxious now don’t.
> Complementary Anxiety Treatment
Some top attachment professionals consider this an important new treatment.
> Complementary Attachment Disorder Treatment
Behavior and Emotional Control Challenges
New technology proves effective when treating behavior changes.
> Complementary Behavior Change Treatment
A powerful tool for training increased mood stability.
> Complementary Bipolar Disorder Treatment
BioRegulation is new treatment for the management of pain and fatigue.
> Complementary Chronic Pain Treatment
Many symptoms from concussion and brain injury can improve, even in older injuries.
> Concussions and brain injury (TBI)
Innovative new technologies help brighten the brain from memory loss.
> Complementary Dementia/Memory Loss Treatment
When you’re stuck in a depressed state, training can help you learn to stay out of it.
> Complementary Depression Treatment
Training often helps improve sleep patterns- falling asleep, staying asleep.
> Complementary Insomnia Treatment
New research shows training can help improve reading, math, and dyslexia.
> Complementary Learning Disabilities Treatment
Clients often report training reduces frequency, intensity, and duration of migraines.
> Complementary Migraine Treatment
OCD and Obsessive Thinking
Training the brain can help you learn to quiet the mind and shut off thoughts.
> Complementary OCD Treatment
PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
Experienced clinicians report training can go well beyond hypnosis, EMDR, and psychotherapy.
> Complementary PTSD Treatment
Seizures and Epilepsy
Research shows training can reduce the number of seizures.
> Complementary Seizures Treatment
Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Some expert neuropsychologists who work often with stroke and TBI say neurofeedback is one of the best new interventions – and one of the few treatments that can make a big difference.
> Complementary Stroke Treatment