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Video: Neurofeedback for Peak Performance

This is a fantastic video resource from EEGInfo.com. Most people already know that neurofeedback is a great option for helping individuals cope with ADHD, autism, chronic pain and numerous other conditions. But even individuals without any of these conditions can benefit from neurofeedback to help them boost their focus and get “in the zone.” The video features the work of neurofeedback practitioners Rae Tattenbaum and Sue Othmer, who use the technology to help individuals learn techniques to find a state of relaxed alertness that contributes to optimal performance. Check out the video to learn more: For more videos, click here! …

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Video: Neurofeedback for PTSD

This is another great video resource from EEGInfo.com. Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a condition suffered by individuals who experience or witness an extremely traumatic event. While “fight or flight” is a healthy response to danger, people suffering from PTSD are so traumatized by the event they experienced that they may feel the need to fight or flee even when danger is not present. Most people associate PTSD with war veterans, but it can also be experienced by victims of violent crime, abuse, car accidents, plane crashes, or natural disasters such as earthquakes and hurricanes. In this video, two …

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Video: Neurofeedback for Peak Performance

This is a fantastic video resource from EEGInfo.com. Most people already know that neurofeedback is a great option for helping individuals cope with ADHD, autism, chronic pain and numerous other conditions. But even individuals without any of these conditions can benefit from neurofeedback to help them boost their focus and get “in the zone.” The video features the work of neurofeedback practitioners Rae Tattenbaum and Sue Othmer, who use the technology to help individuals learn techniques to find a state of relaxed alertness that contributes to optimal performance. Check out the video to learn more: For more videos, click here.

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Video: Neurofeedback for Chronic Pain

This is another video resource from EEGInfo.com featuring neurofeedback specialist Caroline Grierson, who practices neurofeedback alongside UCLA pain specialist Dr. Prager. It’s an excellent overview of how neurofeedback can help individuals struggling with chronic pain to manage their pain in a non-invasive way that can reduce or even eliminate their need for medication. Grierson explains that “by learning to control the brain waves with the help of brainwave biofeedback or neurofeedback, we can affect the underlying structure of one’s attention on pain, and maybe return the brain’s pain sensitivity to a more normal set point.” Check it out here: For …

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Video: Neurofeedback for Autism

This amazing video from EEGInfo.com shows the success stories of three families of children diagnosed with autism — including one couple, Susan and Siegfried Othman, whose experience with neurofeedback for their own autistic son inspired them to become neurofeedback practitioners. In the words of Susan Othmer, “we like to think of neurofeedback as a brain exercise where we’re specifically exercising the brain’s ability to manage its own states — so to be calm enough, to be awake enough, to be focused enough to do what you want to do is the goal.” These families all credit neurofeedback for helping their …

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Video: Neurofeedback for ADHD

This is a great video resource from EEGInfo.com. It tells the heartwarming story of how Sam, diagnosed with ADHD in 3rd grade, struggled with his condition and the personality-altering side effects brought on by the medication he was prescribed. Looking for a way to help him calm his mind and improve his focus without medication, Sam’s mom turned to neurofeedback, and the results have been nothing short of amazing. In Sam’s words: “Now I can access more parts of my brain. It’s opened up my mind to do more things. Before I thought I could do nothing but be a …

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