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5 areas that can benefit from
neurofeedback training
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Who Benefits
NeurOptimal® neurofeedback unlike other neurofeedback systems focuses on the central nervous system - the hub of all functions in the human body, and as such the specific type of problem, be it physical, cognitive or emotional, becomes less important. This approach of training the brain has given users and trainers better overall outcome and longer effectiveness across a broad spectrum of complaints.

Our clients typically find NeurOptimal® neurofeedback effective in resolving issues in five general categories: 

Who Benefits
3.    Optimizing Performance

Students - NeurOptimal® neurofeedback helps with focus, engagement and increasing attention span. Students of all ages learn faster and more effectively. More of what is learnt is retained.

Business Professionals - NeurOptimal®neurofeedback helps with focus, attention, memory and managing anxiety. It helps increase immunity to stress and promotes a calm but alert state of mind. As with world class athletes, mastering one's mental state is critical to successful business leaders.

Athletes and Performers - NeurOptimal® neurofeedback has helped opera singers, stage performers and athletes excel in their chosen fields. Where performances of world class athletes are separated by hundredths, sometimes thousands of seconds, tapping the potential of the mind can mean the difference between success and failure

1.    Cognitive Impairment

NeurOptimal® has been effective in helping with attention deficit disorder / attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), memory loss, learning disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Alzheimer's disease, dyslexia, dyscalculia and the cognitive side effects of chemotherapy (chemo brain). 

The American Pediatric Academy (APA) has endorsed neurofeedback as a “Level 1/Best Support” treatment for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The APA has also equated neurofeedback with medication in terms of efficacy for resolving Attention Deficit Hyperactivity. The APA is an organization of 60,000 pediatricians committed to the optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
5.    Brain Aging

Brain fitness is especially important after the age of 40 when anatomical changes can adversely affect our brain. Age-related effects including memory loss, loss of neural circuitry, loss of brain plasticity and an overall thinning of cortex are well documented.

NeurOptimal® feedback can help slow and even reverse the effects of brain aging. NeurOptimal® trainers worldwide have found neurofeedback to be an excellent addition to an anti-aging regimen that includes exercise, eating healthy, being socially active and intellectually engaged.
2.    Emotional Challenges

NeurOptimal® neurofeedback has been effective in helping with stress, anxiety, depression, addiction recovery, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sleep disorders, migraines, headaches. 

Neurofeedback has been endorsed by The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for stress reduction. The FDA is the government agency in the U.S. responsible for regulating and supervising food safety, dietary supplements, pharmaceutical drugs (medications), medical devices and vaccines.
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4.    Wellness and Personal Growth

Nothing impacts the quality of our lives more directly than our state of mind. Wellness describes this intimate connection between your state of your mind and your physical well-being. It allows us to explore and discover deeper meaning in our daily living, giving us greater sense of joy and fulfilment in the pursuit of quality living.

NeurOptimal's® brain training sessions accelerates the equipping of your brain to better cope with daily life challenges. Life coaches and psychotherapists use the NeurOptimal® neurofeedback system to support and speed up their work with clients.

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