Did you know, your brain can be rewired, just like a faulty lamp? That’s the power of Neuroplasticity.
Just because your brain isn’t working as well as it could be, it doesn’t mean you should give up on it. It’s not your mind that’s the problem, it’s the brain. Just like it’s not the lamp that is broken, it’s the wiring. The good news is, a brain can be rewired, just like a faulty lamp.
Migraines and neurofeedback therapy
For migraine sufferers, the pain is all too common—recurrent, pulsating, throbbing headaches usually on one side of the head, often accompanied by nausea or vomiting that can last for several hours or, in extreme cases, for several days. How can neurotherapy be used to relieve these symptoms?
Anxiety and the impact neurofeedback therapy can have on reducing symptoms
An anxiety disorder results when the “flight or fight” response of the brain – characterized by a fast heartbeat, hyper-alert senses, and surges of adrenaline – become triggered too easily, hijacking the brain and making it difficult to think or act rationally. Thankfully, there are treatments that can help. Neurofeedback therapy can permanently eliminate symptoms of anxiety, without medication.
Back to school tips for parents of a child with ADHD
Back to school can be a scary time for children dealing with ADHD. Transitioning from lazy summer days with little routine to a very structured daily schedule is tough on any child, but more so on children with ADHD. These five tips can help reduce the stress, making it an exciting time, with little to fear.
5 science-backed dietary changes that may have an impact on your child’s ADHD
As a parent to a child with ADHD it’s only natural that you want to give them the best chance at a normal life, and providing them with a nutrition plan rich in fruits, vegetables, healthy fats, protein and vitamins might help control some symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Even if it doesn’t, you can rest assured that your child is eating a balanced and healthy diet. These are five dietary changes that might have an impact on your child’s ADHD.
What studies have been conducted about biofeedback, neurofeedback and neurotherapy?
Neurotherapy and neurofeedback have been the subject of the study of researchers for many years with most of the clinical evidence for neurofeedback involving the treatment of ADHD. These studies are a small sample of some of the research that has been conducted into the effectiveness of biofeedback for the treatment of various psychological disorders.
Can CBD be an effective treatment for ADHD?
CBD as a treatment option is a subject that has been largely studied, and while research is still in the early stages in establishing which cannabis products represent a viable treatment for these conditions, the people who’ve used them claim an overall decrease in symptoms. But what about CBD to treat ADHD?
What Are Brainwaves And How They Can Be Changed…By You
The brain is an incredibly complex organ. In fact, it is the most complex organ in the entire human body, one that we are still learning about in modern medicine. The brain is alive with electrical activity, and is responsible for our thoughts, our emotions,…
ADHD treatment without medication
As a parent, hearing your child’s diagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can be incredibly frightening and daunting, signalling the beginning of a long road of medications and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) treatment options. In almost all cases, the…
A beginners guide to biofeedback
What happens when you walk down the street and you see a friend. You might wave, stop and talk to them, before continuing to walk to your destination. All of those actions are controlled by you, by your brain. You told your brain to put…
CDC findings: How US children are diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
In 2018, the Center for Disease Control Prevention published a report on Diagnostic Experiences of Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. The first-of-its-kind study looked at children with ADHD and their parents and how they were diagnosed with the disorder. Upon compiling the reports from the parents,…
Percentage of children with ADHD nearly doubles. Here is what else the research has revealed
In September last year, a study published in JAMA Pediatrics on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) made an alarming revelation. The study concluded that in the past 20 years, the number of children with ADHD symptoms has gone up to more than 10%. The study observed…