Neurofeedback for Stress

Training your brain with the NeurOptimal system is an effective method to alleviate symptoms of stress and anxiety. As one of our clients stated: 

"Neurofeedback has been a great way for me to reduce stress, depression and engage more intimately with the present moment."

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Neurofeedback Training Offers Help For Stress And It Can Dramatically Help With Anxiety and Depression.


A survey of NeurOptimal trainers comprising 1.2 million sessions found these areas of function improved with training:

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“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, and have greater well being. It’s been very effective in working with my anxiety.”

– Robert, NYC. 



DID YOU KNOW? The FDA has approved neurofeedback training for stress management, to help control chaotic thoughts, help people relax, help them meditate. 

Learn more about the various kind of neurofeedback systems