Neurofeedback

Watch this short video to learn the basic points of neurofeedback:

What Is Neurofeedback (also known as "Brain Training")? (from brain-trainer.com)

Your brain is where mind and body come together. Just as you can train your body to build stamina, strength or flexibility, so you can train your brain. For thousands of years, people have used meditation and prayer to change the brain by training the mind. For the past 50 years, though, biofeedback technology has made a much faster and easier option possible: Change the mind by training the brain directly!

When you give your brain real-time information about its energy levels, you can teach it to calm down or speed up, to shift more smoothly and become more efficient. These changes carry over into your daily life. A neurofeedback home training program or biofeedback therapy can make this happen.


What Happens during Brain Training?

Brain training equipment picks up information from sensors (HEG headset or electrodes) placed on your scalp or forehead about how your brain is performing and sends this information to a computer.

Brain Training EEG

Brain training software is told what specific changes you want to make in your brain’s behavior. It sets targets and provides you with biofeedback, such as music or video or games, that start and stop depending on whether or not your brain is hitting its targets.  Brain Training doesn’t teach tricks or techniques. Your brain changes itself. You don’t have to “think about” it or “try”. Your brain gets the feedback when you pay attention to it and moves in the desired direction. Here at brain-trainer.com, we offer you the biofeedback equipment, software, and training to get the neurofeedback results you want.


What Can I Change?

Different types of neurofeedback training in different areas of the brain can help you:

  • Strengthen attention, focus, learning, memory, creativity and intuition;
  • Gain greater control of behavior, emotions, and racing thoughts;
  • Brighten and stabilize mood and deal with past traumatic experience;
  • Improve sleep, appetite and other physical functions;
  • Overcome chronic pain and fatigue conditions;
  • Rehabilitate head injuries, seizure activity, migraines and irritable bowel;
  • Improve your ability to stay in “the zone” and perform at your peak.

There are two main brain training technologies we recommend, HEG and EEG. Either can be used alone, but training plans can also incorporate both methods.

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