7 Problems You Can
Defeat with Neurofeedback

If you want to reduce or eliminate:
  • ADD/ADHD symptoms
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • seizures
  • insomnia
  • impairments due to brain injury or stroke
  • brain fog
without resorting to medications and their unpleasant and sometimes toxic side effects, neurofeedback may be just what you need. Neurofeedback is non-invasive and natural. It trains your brain to become more adaptable and to perform better.

To receive customized information regarding neurofeedback and its relevance to your personal situation, call (714) 985-4700 now to schedule a FREE phone consultation.

How Does Neurofeedback Differ
from Biofeedback?

Neurofeedback is merely one type of biofeedback sometimes called EEG biofeedback. It measures the electrical activity of the brain. These measurements are reported as brain wave frequencies.

Biofeedback teaches you to change processes in peripheral areas of your body such as muscle tension, hand temperature, or the sweatiness of your palms. Neurofeedback trains you to regulate your central nervous system by altering frequencies in your brain.

For more information on different types of biofeedback and how all biofeedback procedures work, click on the link below:

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What Happens When Your Brain
Frequencies Get Out of balance?

Your brain generates numerous waves or frequencies all of the time. When your brain creates too much or too little of certain frequencies, it cannot perform optimally. Your brain is electrically imbalanced. Consider the following situation where the brain has trouble speeding up:

Situation #1: Sputtering Brain

When you try to perform math problems, slow waves 6-8 Hz in frequency start dominating the frontal parts of your brain. This is a sign that your brain is struggling and shunting blood flow away from critical thought areas just when they should be engaging and speeding up.


You need to learn to suppress these slow wave frequencies and increase faster ones. Using neurofeedback to facilitate this process will fortify neural pathways critical to higher order thinking and problem solving. New connections between neurons will sprout and existing synaptic connections will strengthen. Then your ability to learn math will improve.

Other people have trouble getting their brains to slow down. In fact, when they try to relax, their brain may speed up. Does this ever happen to you?

Situation #2: Overactive Brain

You've had a hard day and want to calm dowm without resorting to medication or drinking. You sit down to relax, but fast waves 18-22 Hz in frequency persist in the frontal parts of your brain. The traffic in your mind increases and, instead of relaxing, you can't find the brakes or even take your foot off the accelerator.


You need to learn to decrease frontal activation and allow your brain to shift into slower frequencies in the 12-17 Hz range. Neurofeedback helps you to lift off of the accelerator and adjust into lower gear. Practice enables you to speed up and calm down your brain fluidly and flexibly at will by identifying and strengthening critical neural pathways. Once mastered, relaxation is just a decision away.

Since your brain is involved in everything you think, feel, or do, there are very few problems that neurofeedback cannot help at least somewhat. However, the major problems listed above can often be treated exclusively or mostly through neurofeedback.

To find out how your can restore electrical balance to your brain so you can perform better, call (714) 985-4700 now to schedule a FREE phone consultation.

How Can You Measure
Your Brain's Electrical Balance?

Many practitioners don't bother to directly measure your brain's electrical balance prior to starting neurofeedback. They use a symptom-based treatment approach. In past work with previous clients, they have observed certain symptoms respond to specific training protocols. They assume with some degree of success that similar training will reduce similar symptoms in new clients.

A better approach is to comprehensively assess electrical patterns in your brain before beginning training. This assessment is called the quantitative EEG (QEEG).

The QEEG requires you to wear a cap with 19 sensors to measure different areas of your brain. You
  • close your eyes
  • look at a stationary object
  • read from a book or magazine
  • perform some basic math problems
while a computer collects two samples of each task. After your session, a SKIL software program is used to analyze your brain waves, compare them to a database, and create training protocols specifically for you.

For additional information on how the QEEG may pinpoint specific electrical problems in your brain, call (714) 985-4700 now to schedule a FREE phone consultation.

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