How Does Direct LENS Neurofeedback Work?

Direct LENS Neurofeedback Session with woman

What is Direct LENS Neurofeedback? Direct LENS Neurofeedback is a non-invasive brain training technique that uses low-intensity electromagnetic waves to stimulate specific brain areas. This brain training and therapy aims to help individuals regulate their brainwaves and improve their overall cognitive function, emotional stability, and physical health.  Direct LENS Neurofeedback allows individuals to learn how…

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What is Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

Since the 1940s, multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) has been characterized under many titles. It is often referred to as “environmental illness,” “sick building syndrome,” or “MCS.” Your doctor might refer to it as “idiopathic environmental intolerance.” The term “chemical” refers to a wide range of natural and man-made chemical agents, some containing many chemical ingredients.…

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What is Brain Fog and What Does It Feel Like?

Individual with brain fog. Difficulty in concentrating

Brain fog is a sense of confusion that you may not be able to solve, even if it doesn’t make any sense. It’s like having a thought or idea in your head but then not remembering what it was. You might have been thinking about something important and suddenly forgot why you were thinking about…

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Is Brain fog curable? Covid Cognitive-Related

Businessman with brain fog riding an electric scooter

Covid-19 Pandemic and Brain Fog Covid cognitive issues can range from mild symptoms such as brain fog and difficulty concentrating to more severe symptoms like confusion and delirium. These symptoms can persist even after the virus has left the body and may require medical attention.  Covid cognitive issues have been reported in many patients, with…

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What Is Brain Mapping?

Brain Mapping Image

It’s easier to imagine working in the Neurotherapy or mental health field with brain mapping, also known as a Quantitative Electroencephalogram; big words, but simple. The brain is a highly complex organ composed of billions of neurons. Neurons communicate with and from all parts of your body. These are electrical impulses that cause brain waves.…

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Neurofeedback therapy and Brain Training

Neurofeedback therapy and Brain Training. Brain Training Session

Advancing technologies are merging with mental health treatments to create new ways of overcoming challenges. Neurofeedback therapy is one of those developing methods and can assist patients in retraining their brains without needing medications or ongoing talk therapy. In this article, we’ll look at how neurofeedback therapy is helping empower patients through brain training. What…

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Neurofeedback therapy and Brain Mapping

Neurofeedback therapy and Brain Mapping. Brain Mapping image

Neurofeedback therapy combines technology and mental health, allowing therapists new treatment methods. Part of neurofeedback therapy includes brain mapping, allowing clients to see the intricacies of how their brain operates. With that knowledge, clients will be in a position to take on neurofeedback therapy more confidently.  What is neurofeedback therapy? Neurofeedback therapy is a treatment…

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Does Neurofeedback have Side Effects?

Does Neurofeedback have Side Effects? Image showing Brain Stress

Like the majority of therapies, neurofeedback training could have negative side effects. These negative effects, though, are typically minor and pass quickly. Consider it this way: feeling exhausted after a gym session is a side effect of working out. Or is it an advantage? The same is true for brain training: Neurofeedback’s most frequent side…

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Neurofeedback for PTSD

Neurofeedback for PTSD. Man Suffering from PTSD

Neurofeedback for PTSD, Your brain desperately wants to keep you safe after a traumatic experience, so it works extra hard. However, this continual hypervigilance has a cost. Trauma alters the biochemistry of your brain, affecting more than just your ideas. Because the parts of your brain that sense danger are always on the lookout, even…

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Neurofeedback Therapy for Anxiety

Neurofeedback Therapy for Anxiety

✓ Fact checked by: Dr. Glen M Doniger, PhD Neurofeedback Therapy for Anxiety, We can help. Much faster than the evolution of our bodies and brains, our culture and technology have advanced. And for this reason, while under stress, sometimes our brain reacts as though a bear is pursuing us. Even when there is no…

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