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With neurofeedback becoming more and more accessible, it’s safe to say there’s no shortage of Denver neurofeedback practitioners. But that doesn’t mean you should automatically go with the first option for neurofeedback you come across in your Google search. Finding the right practitioner for you can take some time. There are four things you’ll want to consider as you conduct your search. So be sure to keep these considerations in mind before making your decision.

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Okay, so you’ve heard of neurofeedback and you think it might be a good fit for you, but you’re not sure how to find a reliable provider near you. Don’t worry, we’re here to help. And just by reading this article, you’ve already taken the first step in your research. That’s great! With our guide, you’ll be well on your way to finding the best neurofeedback therapists in Denver in no time.

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If your brain feels out of balance, you may be experiencing a number of negative symptoms. Your mental health could be worse than it once was. You could be having difficulty concentrating. You could have trouble falling asleep at night. The good news is you don’t have to live this way forever thanks to a cutting-edge treatment called neurofeedback. If you’re interested in learning more about Denver neurofeedback treatment options, you’ve come to the right place.

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According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, as many as 1 in 5 Americans have a diagnosable mental illness in any given year. And 1 in 25 Americans will experience a serious mental illness at some point in their lives. What if, instead of relying only on medication to mask the symptoms, you could also train your brain to improve your mental health? With neurofeedback therapy, you can do exactly that. If you’re interested in learning more about neurofeedback in Denver, you’ve come to the right place.

Published in Mental Health Care

The brain is the most complex organ in the human body. It controls your thoughts, your feelings, and even your behavior. Containing more than one hundred billion neurons, the complexity of the connections and neurological pathways in the brain can be mind-boggling. Every second, your brain forms one million new connections. The patterns and strength of these connections are always evolving. And when poor connections occur, things can quickly get out of balance and lead to a wide variety of symptoms, conditions, and disorders. Luckily, many weakened pathways can be strengthened or rerouted through neurofeedback. If you suspect you may need to retrain your brain, here’s a helpful guide to neurofeedback in Denver.

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Depression is one of the most prevalent mental disorders in the United States. At any given time, it’s estimated that 16.1 million adults in the U.S. are affected by major depressive disorder. That’s approximately 7% of the total population. Treatment typically involves medication, talk therapy, or a combination of the two. If you’re still struggling to manage your symptoms, or if you’re seeking a more natural treatment option, it’s worth considering neurofeedback for depression. Here at Braincode Centers, a leading provider of neurofeedback in Denver, we’re here to help you learn more about this alternative, drug-free treatment option.

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The brain is by far the most complex organ in the human body. It’s made up of more than 86 billion neurons. Sometimes, these connections can become damaged or out of balance. EEG biofeedback can be an effective treatment option to help restore those neural pathways so that your brain can function to its full potential. If you’re interested in EEG biofeedback in Denver, here’s what you need to know.

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Monday, 06 April 2020 10:28

Free Telehealth Therapy For First Responders

Braincode Centers is thrilled to announce that we will be offering free teletherapy dedicated to our first responders and medical personnel during this time. Whether you’re directly on the frontlines or behind-the-scenes, we will be offering treatment options for the people that are taking care of so many others in this crisis. The anxiety and stress many are feeling during this pandemic is huge, and we want our brave responders to have access to the care they need.

Our telehealth will be offered confidentially by our CEO, Rachel Ragsdale. As the mission of the company is to provide hope, she felt called to step up and do what she could to offer care to these people risking their own health and safety for the community. She is honored to be able to lend a helping hand in times of need and show her support for our first responders.

A Big Thank You To Our First Responders

As essential personnel, we know the pressure and tension our first responders are subject to on a daily basis. And now more than ever, these individuals are sacrificing their health and lives to keep us all safe. That’s why we want to give back. From now until May 1st, please utilize our telehealth services on us. Because at Braincode Centers, we care about making therapy accessible to those who need it most.

Published in Mental Health Care
Wednesday, 20 November 2019 11:53

What Are The Best Natural Treatments For Anxiety?

We all experience anxiety on a daily basis. It is our natural biological reaction to stressful situations. For many, the symptoms of anxiety pass quickly. For many others, those anxiety symptoms never disappear. Over 40 million American adults are afflicted by some form of an anxiety disorder. Those anxiety disorders fill the individual with feelings of persistent dread, discomfort, worry, and anxiety. Fortunately, there are a number of effective and natural treatments for anxiety. Let’s dive into a few of the best ones and how they stand to benefit you.

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Neurofeedback is a highly beneficial resource for many individuals struggling with a variety of symptoms. However, the availability of neurofeedback treatment in Denver is often unknown to those who could benefit most. Let’s discuss some of the ways neurofeedback treatment can be beneficial and who should consider trying it out.

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