TOP 5 BENEFITS OF NEUROFEEDBACK TRAINING
Brain Training with NeurOptimal...
Watch how NeurOptimal® neurofeedback helped reduced Jenny's anxiety and depression significantly over the year of weekly neurofeedback sessions.
Jenny's Changes After 12 Months of Neurofeedback Training
- Dramatic reduction in symptoms of depression
- Better Sleep
- Greater tolerance for noise and other sensory input
- Improved relationship with her husband: fewer fights and calmer communications
- Mental clarity
What can I expect AND HOW MANY SESSIONS DO I NEED?
When the brain is trained with NeurOptimal® clients may notice the following:
- Feeling calmer
- Increased mental clarity and focus
- Dropping away of fears
- More appropriate response to situations
- Feeling lighter and greater ease
- Increased motivation and ability to accomplish tasks
Study results of 1.2 million neurofeedback therapy sessions indicate significant improvement was seen after 11-20 therapy sessions. Neurofeedback patients, on average, train for 15-25 therapy sessions. Results vary, and on rare occasions, minimal results are seen. Clients with multiple issues sometimes train up to 30 times with occasional “tune up” sessions thereafter.
Do The Effects Of Neurofeedback Therapy Last?
Training with NeurOptimal® is actually a learning task. You get results because your brain is actively learning, even if you are not doing the learning consciously. So much like reading, once your brain knows how to read, it can’t “not know”. Your brain doesn’t forget. It may get rusty, but the effects of learning remain throughout your lifetime.
However, your brain is living tissue and you can— and will— get "knocked off" by stress, by chemicals, by alcohol, by an anesthetic, by the difficult daily lives we all seem to live. The wonderful thing is, a few booster sessions will get you back to where you were. A "neurofeedback trained brain" is quickly able to utilize the information NeurOptimal® is offering. It's as if the brain says "I know what to do with this!" and it goes through all the steps it went through in the weeks of initial training, but very rapidly. So you quickly get back into your good place.
If you are going through a more difficult time, you can quickly do a session or two at one of our neurofeedback clinics in NYC, LA, Pasadena, Denver or Boulder to recover your optimal flow and functioning. Our system is also available for rent per month.
Although NeurOptimal neurofeedback does not treat specific conditions, specific symptoms are alleviated because you are improving the overall functioning of the central nervous system.
Many NeurOptimal® users report life changing results (watch our success stories). It has helped improve the lives of children with ADHD diagnosis, as an alternative treatment for brain injury and concussion symptoms, insomnia & sleep issues, addiction, PTSD, anxiety and depression. And in U.S., neurofeedback is FDA approved for stress reduction.
Conditions that are helped with neurofeedback >
This advanced brain training technology--developed in part by, NASA-level engineers -- works by triggering what’s called the orienting response, which is the brain’s ability to sense change in the environment and take in new information about what is different.
Click here to learn the basics of NeurOptimal Neurofeedback Training and how it can help with ADHD, Concussion, Anxiety and Depression Symptoms.
We have many testimonials from clients training for various conditions. Here's one from one of our NY Clients
"The process is deceptively simple — being hooked up to a neurofeedback computer, and sitting quietly. Afterwards there’s a subtle but powerful shift in feeling — I feel more present, and relaxed. It’s been very effective in working with my anxiety.
– Robert in NYC (5 Neurofeedback Sessions)
What To Consider When Trying Neurofeedback Training
As neurofeedback is recognized and validated through research for helping conditions such as ADHD, PTSD/trauma, concussions, and anxiety/depression, consumers are faced with the question of what is the best way to train with neurofeedback and what is considered the best neurofeedback equipment?