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There have been several studies done that show Neurofeedback does change the brain. fMRI’s and Spect Scans done after a Neurofeedback session show a difference in brain function. But those changes don’t last long. Many sessions of Neurofeedback are usually … Continue reading
How do you go from one of the worst pitchers in the AL, to pitching in the All-Star game the following year? Brain Training, of course!
When things just weren’t going very well for Chicago White Sox pitcher Lucas Giolito last season, he knew he had to do something. He ended the 2018 season with an ERA of 6.13, the highest among AL starters who threw … Continue reading
How does screen-time effect children? If the screen time involves video games, The WHO (World Health Organization) now has an official diagnoses: Video Game Addiction, aka Internet Gaming Disorder. This is when playing video games interferes with normal daily activities, … Continue reading
Now that the holidays are over and the kiddos back in school, we can get back to a better routine, which, for many, includes getting back to eating a more healthy diet. Eating a better diet is not only good … Continue reading
Here’s a text I just received today: “I wanted to let you know ‘CM’ is doing great! He is a junior (in high school) now. He has a job. He got straight A’s in his regular classes and 2 online … Continue reading
A newly published study (“Effect of Infra-Low Frequency Neurofeedback on InfraSlow EEG Fluctuations” by Vera A. Grin-Yatsenko, Valery A. Ponomarev, Olga Kara, Bernhard Wandernoth, Mark Gregory, Valentina A. Ilyukhina and Juri D. Kropotov) has given more evidence to what Neurotherapists have … Continue reading
A newly published study found that people taking antidepressants felt worse in the long term, than people who did not take any medication for their depression. This study followed 15,000 people over a 9 year period. It seems that antidepressants … Continue reading
SSRI’s, (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors), such as Prozac, Paxil and Zoloft, have been around for more than 50 years and have been readily prescribed to treat mild to moderate depression, even though their effectiveness is questionable. The idea behind SSRI’s … Continue reading
According to former FDA commissioner, Dr. David Kessler, all mental illnesses are related. Revealed in his new book, Capture: A Theory of the Mind, Dr. Kessler explains that mental illnesses are misguided neuro-networks that keep firing in a maladaptive pattern … Continue reading
Boston University School of Medicine is heading up 50 medical researchers in a massive 7 year study into the brain disease CTE, or Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, the brain dysfuction made famous in the movie Concussion. Typically, CTE can only be … Continue reading