It’s estimated that major depressive disorder affects 17 million people in the United States (NIH). This equates to just over 7% of the adult population in the U.S. Depression is usually treated with a mix of medication, counseling, and lifestyle modifications. But even with those treatments, some people experience significant…
Attachment disorders are difficult to treat. The experiences of early childhood can cause structural changes to our brain that impact the way we think, feel, and act. In doing so, emotional and cognitive development can be negatively impacted. Here’s what you need to know about neurofeedback for attachment disorder treatment.
Most often, ADHD is treated with medications and behavioral therapy. Though some children and adults find relief from those treatments, many still struggle to manage their symptoms. Not to mention, ADHD medications can come with serious side effects. If you're interested in exploring an ADHD alternative treatment in Dallas, it's…
Healthcare technology is evolving at a rapid rate, and with it, so are treatment options. Our understanding of the brain—and how it impacts our mood, stress levels, and attention—is growing every day. As more and more studies are conducted about the brain, healthcare providers are realizing now more than ever…
Neurofeedback has been used for many years in treating various disorders and conditions including anxiety, depression, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, chronic pain, insomnia, epilepsy, migraines, substance abuse, and more. This innovative therapy is also being studied for its potential use with PTSD. If you're struggling to manage your mental health…
Approximately 70% of U.S. adults will experience a traumatic event at some point in their life. That’s almost 225 million people. The post-traumatic stress that trauma puts on the body and brain can lead to a number of psychological, physical, and emotional symptoms. Most often cognitive behavioral therapy and medication…
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