The Neurofeedback Blog

Neurofeedback measures brain waves and guides them to self-correction

Brain Waves Basic

Four simple periodic rhythms recorded in the EEG are alpha, beta, delta, and theta. These rhythms are identified by frequency (Hz or cycles/sec) and amplitude. The amplitudes recorded by scalp

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Neurofeedback & Mental Health

Neurofeedback: a viable treatment for mental health issues? PHOTO BY TOM CROKE Lawrence M. Hirshberg, Ph.D., BCN, said neurofeedback is almost never the first treatment for mental health problems. Hirschberg

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Your Brain’s Waves

 Did you know your signature brain wave activity is unique to you.? It has a distinct rhythm and pattern that has developed over time and through habit, much like your

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What about Soccer?

Information from Scientific American and Neuroscience Journals It has become clear that impact sports like football and boxing can cause long-term brain damage. Now soccer is coming under scrutiny. As

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Concussion and Neurofeedback

What Is High Performance Neurofeedback? HPN High Performance Neurofeedback is a type of brainwave-based biofeedback that has shown clinical efficacy in addressing the symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Post-Traumatic

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Neurons that fire together…

Neurons that Fire Together Wire Together   What does THAT mean for you? How can you retrain your brain cells to work more in your favor towards happiness and ease?

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Brain Mapping

Non-invasive QEEG Brain Mapping is analogous to a physician performing a throat culture on a patient with a throat infection to determine which antibiotic would best eradicate the infection.  Brain

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Using Weighted Blankets

Deep pressure touch stimulation (or DPTS) is a type of therapy that almost anyone can benefit from. Similar to getting a massage, pressure exerted over the body has physical and

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