What is Neurofeedback?
Neurofeedback is gaining increasing popularity among professional athletes, CEOs, musicians and others who want to achieve high levels of success and creativity in their chosen fields. When the brain’s timing and ability to sync its functions improves, all facets of a person’s life can improve along with it. What can a person seeking peak performance via Neurofeedback expect to notice?
Over 1,000 studies have been published that are 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. The results have reduced the symptoms of seizures, migraines, ADD/ADHD, PTSD, OCD, anxiety, depression and more.
Feedback from my clients include the following:
- Increased ability to successfully handle stress and ability to keep “cool” under pressure
- Increased awareness and insights
- Increased ability to “connect the dots” in many types of situations, both intellectually and emotionally
- An ability to be a better, non-judgmental observer of one’s self
- Increased creativity and ability to find novel solutions to one’s problems
- Developing a better sense of one’s boundaries and ability to successfully enforce them
- More clarity about one’s passion and true purpose in life
- Better, deeper sleep
- Increased dreaming
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 yet 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. 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, painless, and the results can be remarkable. Start on your personalized protocol today.
Step 1: Brain Mapping
Start with a painless 30 minute EEG test to measure baseline brain wave patterns. See how your brain is working today!
Step 2: Personal Consultation
We’ll meet together to go over your brain mapping and discuss how these patterns affect your physical and emotional health.
Step 3: Start Your Protocol
Try your own personal Neurofeedback protocol and start rebalancing critical wave patterns for optimal performance.
Look into your brain pattern by scheduling your brain map for only $95. This cost includes EEG brain map and your consultation.