More than 264 million people around the world suffer from depression. Although it’s something many people struggle with, depression is still difficult to treat. Most healthcare providers recommend medication, talk therapy, and lifestyle changes to help manage symptoms associated with depression. But as neuroscientists continue to learn more about the…
The brain is by far the most intricate and complex organ in the human body. It impacts the ways in which we think, act, and feel. When dysfunction occurs, your mental health, cognitive abilities, and overall emotional well-being suffer. Neurotherapy can help retrain your brain to function more optimally. If…
More and more people are being diagnosed with ADHD. Typically, the first-line treatment for ADHD is prescription medication. And although ADHD medication works for some people, the efficacy rate is much lower than what’s typically expected from drug intervention. Worse yet, some people experience severe side effects such as insomnia,…
Insomnia is a difficult condition to deal with. And successfully treating it isn’t any easier. It’s estimated that as many as 1 in 4 Americans experience acute insomnia every year. Of those who struggle with acute insomnia, 25% will develop chronic insomnia. If you’re struggling to fall and stay asleep,…
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…
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