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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Neurofeedback Training and Therapy at Home

Traditional Neurofeedback Therapy

One of the most important goals of psychological treatment is to improve cognitive functions, improve intellectual deficiencies and thus improve quality of life. This new era of therapeutic advances employs a variety of treatments from the fields of biomedical engineering and psychology. One of them is Traditional Neurofeedback (NF)-based operant conditioning. Until now, many studies…

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Tips for Successful Neurofeedback Therapy at Home

Neurofeedback Therapy Session at Home

An Overview of At-home Neurofeedback Neurofeedback Therapy at Home is a great form of treatment. Knowing that Neurofeedback is a term that is frequently used in the brain training industry will help you make an informed purchasing decision as a consumer. Some businesses call their technology “neurofeedback” even though it neither records brain activity nor…

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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 Anxiety (GAD and SAD)

Woman suffering from Anxiety.

What is Generalized Anxiety (GAD)?   Anxiety Disorders can lead to depression due to loneliness, isolation, and inability to relax or make social contacts. People may use drugs or alcohol to reduce their Anxiety in social situations or to stop feeling overwhelmingly worried. One of the most prevalent psychological disorders is Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD).…

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The Role of Neurofeedback Training in Treating Covert Childhood Trauma and Adult PTSD

Neurofeedback Training in Treating PTSD. A soldier with PTSD

Neurofeedback Training in Treating PTSD. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a condition that occurs after a life-threatening traumatic event. Although post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is frequently associated with military personnel, veterans, police officers, emergency personnel, and people who have faced life-threatening situations, the disorder can be triggered by any overwhelming experience. Including years of emotional…

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What is Neurofeedback Therapy?

Professional performing Neurofeedback Therapy

What is Neurofeedback Therapy? In the world of therapy, professionals use different approaches and theories. The methods they use during treatment are based on these theories. Cognitive behavioral therapy is one of these approaches. It involves talk therapy, where the client has private sessions. You’re watching a screen while seated on a sofa. It’s a…

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