Benefits of Neurofeedback Brain Training

But First...

While no two brains are the same, how every brain functions is essentially the same.

Just as every human hand is different, every hand functions in essentially the same ways.

Imagine, though, what the difference would be for you between a hand which is stiff, full of pain and has not been used regularly versus a hand that is nimble, flexible and pain-free.

Metaphorically, that could be the difference between an unconditioned brain versus a conditioned, well-trained one.  

But here’s the rub: The brain is responsible for WAY MORE functions than a hand.  So while it may take some imagination to conceptualize, there would likely be more global benefits to a trained brain compared to a non-trained brain.

Just think about the sheer number of things that the brain is responsible for doing. 

Okay, now… when is the last time you did something... anything... specifically for your brain?

Potential Benefits of Brain Training

You may have noticed that I have a tendency to be thorough.  It’s because I really want to do what I can to provide the best explanation possible so that you can understand what this technology and training can offer you.

I say ‘potential’ here because each one of our individual brains do not operate on some kind of simplified equation.

As individuals, how each of us responds to brain training is likely similar to how each of us would respond to a physical workout.

With a physical workout, gains in strength and conditioning would be dependant on very many factors of the individual working out:  Previous history of working out, being in shape or involved in athletics, nutrition, age, gender, genes, frequency of workouts, quality of working out, the mental commitment to working out, and etc.

These are only some of the factors that will contribute to an individual’s results and how quickly results will be realized.

Very similar to the results for brain training.  

BUT - with one important difference - changes cannot be see in the same ways you can see physical gains in strength and conditioning.

With neurofeedback, the gains are felt.  And others around you notice, too.

What Can You Expect from Brain Training?

Improvements in:

  • Attention
  • Cognition and memory
  • Concentration
  • Impulsiveness or impulisivity
  • Speech and vocabulary
  • Feeling calmer
  • Motivation
  • Self-Esteem
  • Performance

The neurofeedback system I utilize is called NeurOptimal® and it does not operate from the perspective or intent of treating symptoms or diagnoses.  

However, when a brain has been trained and optimized with neurofeedback, users have reported improvements and sometimes elimination of conditions, such as:

  • Anxiety, excessive worrying
  • Depression
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Sleep issues
  • Migraines and headaches
  • Hypervigiliance
  • Learning issues

Do you have questions about how brain training can benefit you?  Or are you ready to get started?