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It's estimated that more than 17 million American adults are impacted by major depressive disorder. That's nearly 7% of the total adult population in the United States! Typically, treatment for depression involves some combination of medication, therapy, and lifestyle changes. Still, some people struggle to manage their symptoms and find the relief they need. If you are one of these people, consider trying neurofeedback therapy for depression. It's an alternative, all-natural solution that can treat your symptoms at the source.

Published in Depression

Modern medicine is evolving at an unprecedented rate. And as scientists continue to gain a deeper understanding about how the brain and body are connected, treatment options for a variety of conditions are changing too. Though medication will likely always play a role (at least to some degree) in helping treat mental health conditions, the last several decades have shown promise in treating brain-based conditions more naturally. Neurofeedback, for example, is a drug-free treatment option that can help address imbalances that may be contributing to poor mental health. If you’re interested in neurofeedback treatment in Dallas, we’re here to help you determine if this treatment option is right for you.

Published in Neurofeedback

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental disorders in the United States, affecting as many as 40 million adults, or 18.1% of the population every year. That percentage is even higher among ages 13-18, affecting more than 25% of pre-teens and teenagers. And that number is only rising. If you are suffering from an anxiety disorder, know that you are not alone. And if you’ve tried traditional treatment options such as medication, lifestyle changes, and cognitive behavioral therapy with no success, know that there are other treatments available. If you’re interested in learning more about other natural treatments for anxiety in Denver, you’ve come to the right place.

Published in Anxiety
Friday, 12 February 2021 09:39

Neurofeedback at Home: Remote Brain Training

If you're suffering from a mental health disorder or brain-based condition, you may have heard about neurofeedback. Neurofeedback is an all-natural, drug-free way to alter the state of your brain for the better and address any imbalances or dysfunction that may be occurring. Still, as effective as this therapy is, many people find it difficult to commit to the regularly scheduled appointments that are necessary to successfully retrain your brain. Whether you’re being held back by work, a long drive, or a busy schedule, we understand that making it to a clinic every week can be challenging. That's why we're here today to talk to you about neurofeedback at home.

Published in Neurofeedback
Monday, 25 January 2021 11:13

7 FAQs About Dallas Neurofeedback Treatments

Our brains impact everything we do, from the way we think to the way we move and act. And if an imbalance or injury in the brain occurs, it can lead to a number of difficult-to-deal-with symptoms and conditions. Often, these are treated with prescription medication, which can come with a number of undesirable side effects. And rather than treating the problem at the source, they usually only mask the symptoms. For some people, those meds may even do more harm than good with their long list of side effects. Thankfully, medication is not the only treatment option available. If you’re struggling with a mental health disorder or brain-based condition, it’s worth considering neurofeedback. Today, we’re answering commonly asked questions about Dallas neurofeedback treatments.

Published in Neurofeedback

For a long time, scientists believed that the brain was a nonrenewable organ—that once the brain was fully developed, no new brain cells were produced. In the last few decades, groundbreaking research has revealed the opposite: throughout your life, your brain can create new neurons and new neural pathways. This concept is called neuroplasticity. And it’s the basis for a type of brain-based therapy called neurofeedback, which works to rewire your brain in a natural and noninvasive way through neuroplasticity training.

Published in Neurofeedback

Our brains are responsible for how we think, how we feel, the ways in which we move, and even how we act. Experiencing a traumatic brain injury can be devastating, not only for the person who suffered the injury but also for their family and friends. The effects of brain damage can wreak havoc on all aspects of daily life. Between constant headaches, a decline in cognitive function, mood swings, and blurred vision, there are countless obstacles caused by a TBI that must be faced every day. For most, recovery from a TBI is a long and challenging process. If you're interested in learning more about neurofeedback for TBI patients, we are here to help.

Published in Concussion and TBI
Wednesday, 06 January 2021 09:51

How to Treat Insomnia Naturally Without Medication

Insomnia is exceptionally difficult to deal with. And successfully treating it can be equally as challenging. Know that if you are struggling with sleep, you are not alone. In fact, it’s estimated that as many as 1 in 4 Americans develop insomnia each year. If you are one of those four, you may have tried a number of treatments without experiencing success, such as medication. Or perhaps medication has helped but you experienced a number of negative side-effects. Today, we’re breaking down how to treat insomnia naturally without medication so you can treat your sleep disorder at the source.

Published in Sleep

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.

Published in Neurofeedback

If you are suffering from a mental health disorder, brain injury, or neurological condition, you may have heard of neurofeedback. As it continues to gain popularity among the medical community, an increasing number of physicians, clinicians, therapists, and practitioners are using this powerful brain training therapy as an alternative approach to treating patients. If you’re interested in learning more about neurofeedback in Highlands Ranch, you’ve come to the right place.

Published in Neurofeedback
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