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What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a non-invasive (and pleasant!) process where brain waves are monitored in real time and integrated into a feedback protocol to produce positive changes in your brain’s bioelectrical activity. The process of adjusting brainwave activity is known as operant conditioning, which is a method where rewards for positive behavior increase learning capabilities.

Neurofeedback (Brain Training) is a groundbreaking approach that utilizes advanced computer technology along with the professional expertise of the staff at Energetic Health Center to guide the brain into a more balanced and healthy pattern. We use the Clear Mind System and qEEG data to create a personalized protocol to balance your brain’s electrical activity, which often leads to a reduction in neurological symptoms.

Over 1,000 studies have been published related to neurofeedback and biofeedback. Multiple studies of animal and human subjects in peer-reviewed journals have shown that brainwaves can be changed through operant conditioning used in neurofeedback, reducing symptoms for seizures, migraines, ADD/ADHD, PTSD, OCD, anxiety, depression and more.

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Neurofeedback is ideal for helping people with symptoms such as:

ADD / ADHD
ADDICTION
ANGER MANAGEMENT
ANXIETY
AUTISM
BIPOLAR DISORDER
BRAIN INJURY
CHRONIC PAIN

DEPRESSION
DYSLEXIA
EPILEPSY / SEIZURES
FIBROMYALGIA
INSOMNIA
LYME DISEASE
MEMORY LOSS
MIGRAINES

OCD / TOURRETTE’S
PARKINSON’S
STRESS / PTSD
SCHIZOPHRENIA
SLEEP DISORDERS
STROKE
SUBSTANCE ABUSE
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

How does Neurofeedback work?

Your brain produces four primary types of brain waves: Beta, Alpha, Theta and Delta. Beta is primarily active during your awake state, which is the majority of your day. Alpha has to do with your subconscious, and is dominant during relaxed states when your eyes are closed but you are not asleep. Theta is present briefly during the periods before you fall asleep and before you fully wake up. Delta is primarily active when you are asleep.

All of these brain waves are equally important to your health, and neurological disorders can be attributed to specific brain waves. For example, when you have brain irregularities caused by a head injury, your brain may have too much frontal theta or delta being produced when you are supposed to be awake and alert. By retraining these abnormal patterns in the affected areas, symptoms can be improved or eliminated.

How do I get started?

Neurofeedback is easy and painless, but the results can be remarkable. Start on your personalized protocol today.

Find out what your brain pattern is by scheduling your brain map for only $95 (includes EEG brain map, consultation and 1 sessions of your individualized protocol).

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@Energetic Health Center
1003 N. Orchard St
Boise, ID 83706
office: (208) 376-3113
cell: (208) 713-1064

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