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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.

Published in Neurofeedback

The brain is one of the most important organs in the body. It is responsible for how we think and feel, the way we move and talk, and how we learn and remember. Your brain is what makes you, you. It also controls things we don’t usually think about, including how we receive information through our senses and interpret information from the outside world. Clearly the brain has an extensive list of responsibilities. And when you get a concussion or TBI, serious dysfunction can occur. If you’re interested in neurofeedback for concussions and TBIs, we’re here to help.

Published in Concussion and TBI

It is estimated that nearly 10% of children in the United States have been diagnosed with ADHD. And those diagnoses continue to rise every year. Although ADHD is more prevalent in boys, there’s recently been a surge among girls and adult women—especially moms. Most commonly, treatment for ADHD includes medication and behavioral therapy, but science suggests neurofeedback could be beneficial too. If you’re interested in neurofeedback for ADHD, it can help to understand how this natural treatment benefits focus disorders.

Published in Focus and ADHD

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States. In fact, it’s estimated that nearly 20%, or 1 in every 5 people, have an anxiety disorder. That’s roughly 40 million Americans. Even with medication, psychotherapy, and mindfulness exercises, many people still struggle to manage their symptoms. If you have difficulties managing your anxiety, know that you are not alone. Traditional treatment options can support you, but it might be time to consider neurofeedback treatment in Colorado.

Published in Neurofeedback

Our brains are responsible for our thoughts, moods, and even our cognitive ability. But not everyone’s brain functions to its full potential. If part of your brain isn’t working the way it should, your mental health dwindles. That’s where brain training comes in. If you’re interested in learning more about neurotherapy in Denver, we’re here to help.

Published in Neurofeedback

The human brain is by far the most complex organ in our body. It’s responsible for how we think, how we feel, and even how we act. When things get out of whack, your mental health, emotional well-being, and intellectual abilities suffer. Neurofeedback helps retrain your brain to function properly. If you’re interested in neurofeedback in Dever, we’re here to help.

Published in Neurofeedback
Wednesday, 05 February 2020 15:04

Why Try Neurofeedback In Colorado?

Mental health is something of a trendy topic in 2020. More and more people are recognizing the need to prioritize their own mental health and wellness and are taking the necessary steps to care for themselves. Braincode Centers is a proud partner in this effort to ditch the stigmas associated with mental health and make non-invasive, effective care widely available to the public. That’s why we’ve opened 8 locations across the Metro area to provide neurofeedback in Colorado. Let’s talk about some of the benefits of neurofeedback to see if this innovative therapy should be part of your mental health care.

An Overview of Neurofeedback In Colorado

Neurofeedback has been around for many years, but has only recently become a more mainstream therapy with increased visibility and availability. In layman’s terms, neurofeedback is a method of brain training using positive reinforcement. Ultimately, it’s a way of better controlling your bodily functions and behaviors to overcome symptoms and achieve goals.

Our approach to neurofeedback in Colorado includes leveraging data from a qEEG brain map. This process provides us with information about the specific areas of the brain, including what pathways may be over- or under-performing, to customize the neurofeedback therapy to the client. So, what are the benefits of trying neurofeedback therapy? It’s hard to narrow the list, but we’ll do our best to highlight the key benefits of neurofeedback in Colorado.

#1 Enhance Focus

Whether you are a client suffering from a focus-related disorder, like ADHD, or you simply want to improve your ability to complete tasks efficiently and effectively, neurofeedback can be a highly beneficial way of doing so. Trouble focusing is often related to slow theta-waves. With neurofeedback in Colorado, we can target those specific waves to help you overcome symptoms of ADHD and improve your ability to focus.

#2 Reduce Stress & Anxiety

More than 40 million adults in the United States have been diagnosed with anxiety. Understanding not only the underlying triggers that make you feel anxious, as well as how those triggers and feelings affect your brain is key to overcoming the symptoms. Neurofeedback can help you address those crucial areas of your brain and train different behaviors to negative stimuli.

#3 Improve Sleep

In our fast-paced society, insomnia and other sleep-related disorders are becoming increasingly more common. In most of our qEEG brain maps of patients with sleep troubles, we find that under-performing delta waves are the cause of unregulated sleep. Who’d have thought you could train yourself to sleep better when you’re awake? Neurofeedback therapy in Colorado can do exactly that by helping you target the brain waves affecting your ability to sleep and retraining them to be active or relaxed at the appropriate times.

#4 Increase Your Overall Brain Health

No matter the affliction that’s preventing you from leading your best life, neurofeedback can play a role in control or recovery. Your brain is just like any other part of your body. It requires attention, care, and exercise to stay healthy and function properly. Our neurofeedback services in Colorado can be key to improving your overall health and leading a long, happy life.

Try Neurofeedback in Colorado at Braincode Centers

Whether you’re struggling with a mental health condition like anxiety or you simply want to improve your overall health, neurofeedback could be the answer you’re looking for. Braincode Centers is the leading provider of neurofeedback and supporting mental health care services across Colorado.

Contact our team to schedule a consultation and learn more about neurofeedback in Colorado today.

Published in Neurofeedback
Wednesday, 04 December 2019 19:11

Neurofeedback Training FAQ

If you’re experiencing any form of brain injury or mental health condition, the term neurofeedback training has likely entered your vocabulary. There’s a lot the general public doesn’t know about neurofeedback, which makes people apprehensive to try it as a form of therapy. As the leading provider of neurofeedback training in Denver, we’re here to dispel the rumors and set the record straight by answering some of the most frequently asked questions about neurofeedback.

Published in Neurofeedback