In the United States, anxiety disorders are the most common mental health disorders. They impact roughly 20% of Americans each year, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. Despite the fact that anxiety is considered highly treatable, it can still be debilitating at times. If talk therapy, medicine,…
Normally, neurofeedback therapy is done at a clinic, medical office, or hospital. And while there are certain advantages to training your brain in person, it's not accessible to everyone. Visiting your healthcare provider in-office often requires a lengthy commute, taking time off work, and more time away from friends and…
Anxiety disorders are the most prevalent mental health disorder in the United States, impacting as many as 40 million Americans each year. If you have an anxiety disorder, you’re probably all too familiar with the persistent feelings of nervousness, apprehension, and worry. And although many people do find some level…
Millions of people across the United States are affected by anxiety disorders every year. In fact, it’s the most prevalent mental health disorder in the country, impacting as many as 40 million Americans at any given time. Anxiety can have many physical, social, and financial impacts on an individual. It’s…
Depression disorders are one of the most prevalent mood disorders in the United States, impacting almost 18 million Americans each year. Even with medication, talk therapy, and lifestyle modifications, many people still struggle to manage their depression—sometimes on a daily basis. Not to mention, many medications are associated with severe…
Many mental health disorders, brain injuries, and behavioral challenges are rooted in dysregulated brain activity. Neurofeedback is a powerful, yet simple therapy that trains the brain to better self-regulate and treat the problem at its source. However, not everyone has time to drive across town once (or twice) a week…
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