Posts Tagged ‘neurofeedback’


Neurofeedback for Peak Performance

It’s the last chance for the team to win; the score is all tied up.  It comes down to this final free throw shot after a late foul. My heart is pounding and I am sweating profusely. Now if I can only focus and concentrate on this winning goal while I drown out the sounds…[ Read the full article ]

Neurfoodback – A Viable Holistic Option

Dr. Amen says, “Change your brain, change your life”. Brain health is certainly a subject that we are hearing more about in our daily news as research confirms the newest findings about brain health. It’s all about the brain and its function. Everything we do is directed from the brain. How we think, calm and…[ Read the full article ]

Exercise your brain and improve performance with Neurofeedback

I remember a time recently when I was startled. It was late in the night after a busy day, and I had just finished all my daily tasks. I had crawled into my cozy bed and the last sound I heard was the click of my light from my bedside stand. Suddenly, there was a…[ Read the full article ]

Early Brain Development

We are learning more and more about early development and how critical this time span is for the child and his future. It may not be as apparent, however, that this development has great impact on our child’s brain development. This is no small area. The brain is a complex organ that allows us to…[ Read the full article ]

Neurofeedback Benefits

We are hearing daily of the impact our brain health has on our lives, and with that I would like to look at some of the recent findings regarding the benefits of neurofeedback training. We offer neurofeedback treatment here at Wholeness Healing Center. Neurofeedback is a treatment that engages the brain (trains the brain) to…[ Read the full article ]

More Brain Talk—Anxiety and Fear

In the center of the brain are a set of large structures that surround the deep limbic system. These are the Basal Ganglia system. The function of this system is to help integrate feelings, thoughts, and movement. This system also helps us smooth our motor behaviors as we shift from one activity to another. And…[ Read the full article ]

More Brain Talk—Anxiety and Fear

In the center of the brain are a set of large structures that surround the deep limbic system. These are the Basal Ganglia system. The function of this system is to help integrate feelings, thoughts, and movement. This system also helps us smooth our motor behaviors as we shift from one activity to another. And…[ Read the full article ]

Worry and Obsessiveness

Worry and obsessiveness are certainly not fun to live with, yet many people have these symptoms. If this is something that plagues you, you might be interested to know more about the causes and how you might be able to stop these symptoms from ruling your life. It all goes back to the brain. These…[ Read the full article ]

Prefrontal Cortex— Functions and Treatment

In our last newsletter I talked about brain health and I stated that in this edition we would talk about one part of the brain, what it looks like when it is unhealthy and what things we can do to increase the health in this area of the brain. The brain has the following brain…[ Read the full article ]

Brain Training

Are you looking for new ideas and alternative ways of dealing with emotional and physical health issues? Perhaps you want to get off some of your medications or try alternatives to using yet another drug? You might want to look at the option of neurofeedback treatment. Neurofeedback trains the brain to work more optimally. Neurofeedback…[ Read the full article ]