Manage Your Anxiety With Neurofeedback In Boulder

dreamstime_xxl_6040448You May Be Able To Help Your Anxiety With Neurofeedback

Firstly, let us explain what neurofeedback is.

Simply put, neurofeedback is training your brain through the use of electroencephalogram (EEG) technology and practice. Essentially, it is the guided control of your nervous system to train your brain based on how it’s currently functioning.

Neurofeedback has been shown to support the treatment of damaged brain tissue from injuries such as concussions or car accidents, may stabilize emotions, increase attention, decrease migraines, and even boost your natural learning ability.

Brain Training Is A Viable Option For Anxiety Management.

Neurofeedback is one of the fastest and most efficient methods we can use to teach someone how to help themselves. Plus, it’s easy to learn! Learning this life skill could decrease your dependence on medication, and also improve your overall quality of life. When you teach someone how to calm themselves by teaching their brain to make healthier patterns on a more consistent basis, their anxiety responses are avoided because they have a calmer brain in control. Brain training for anxiety is a great way to give those who suffer from anxiety hope that they can take control of their lives.

An Alternative To Medication?

Generally, specific areas in your brain are causing you to feel anxious. When you’re able to target these areas with brain training, you learn how to control these problematic areas of your brain specifically.

When you take anxiety medications, they can’t reach specific areas of the brain, but rather they affect the entire brain. This is why some people feel sleepy, lethargic, and sluggish when they take their anxiety medications.

Neurofeedback may be helpful to you. Contact us today for more information!

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