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How Small Changes And Biofeedback Can Help You

Using electronic monitoring like biofeedback to discover how to control particular brain functions is one way to help the way you feel and think. Making small changes to your daily life increases this ability as well. According to Entrepreneur Magazine, “More than...

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Insomnia Symptoms and Proper Brain Function

You know those dreaded days at work where you just don’t feel yourself because you are experiencing insomnia symptoms? According to Dr. Namni Goel for Shape Magazine, “Cognitive throughput—the speed with which your noodle processes information—slows down after a...

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Brain Fitness Means A Longer, Fuller Life

Did you know that humans are the only animals whose brains atrophy with age? It is believed that “by our late twenties the speed of our mental processing has begun to ebb, and so has our attention prowess and our working memory”. This means that all of those games we...

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Dealing with Anxiety Symptoms

Everyone can experience stress and may feel anxiety from time to time. You know your own body well enough, however, to be able to determine when enough is enough. Especially if you lead a stressful life, it is common for adults to experience mild anxiety. If your...

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Improve your outlook on life with biofeedback

We all want to be happy, but sometimes being happy is not as easy as it seems. Techniques like biofeedback can help improve a person’s happiness level, and give them a positive outlook on life. The International Society for Neurofeedback and Research Task Force found...

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Lessen your PTSD symptoms in your life

PTSD is one of the worst things a person can go through, and often the only route to managing it is medication. That is not the case when neurofeedback is used. This method can lower  symptoms in an individual and help them begin to live the life they had before they...

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Regaining Control with Biofeedback

Biofeedback is the use of electronic monitoring to discover an automatic bodily function, and train the monitored to acquire control of that function. Mapping out your brain function can oftentimes lead to the discovery of problematic conditions that can then be...

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Neurofeedback shows positive results with ADHD

For millions of children, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder can make life difficult. Medication was the primary way to treat ADHD but more parents are turning to neurofeedback. A study by the Journal of Pediatrics found that children who use this brain training...

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5 things to know about PTSD Symptoms

June is PTSD Awareness Month The list is compiled from experts at VA’s National Center for PTSD. 1. Having PTSD does not mean you’re “crazy.” 2. PTSD does not cause someone to be violent. 3. If you have PTSD, you are not alone. With treatment, you can get better. 4....

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A leader in Neurofeedback training, Dr. Amen

Dr. Amen is a leader in Neurofeedback training The "18/40/60" rule to happiness: At age 18, people care very much about what others think of them. By age 40, they learn not to worry what others think. By age 60, they figure out that no one was thinking about them in...

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Manage PTSD symptoms with brain mapping

One of the worst things for a person are PTSD symptoms. These symptoms can change a person’s life completely, but they can be managed at Edge NeuroFitness with their brain mapping techniques. In a study by Biological Psychiatry Journal, brain mapping showed itself to...

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Neurofeedback helps with anxiety

Anxiety is a tough thing to deal with. It can cripple your life when you have an attack. You can manage these attacks through Edge NeuroFitness and Neurofeedback methods. These methods have been proven to reduce this problem, according to EEG Education & Research Inc....

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