As mentioned in an earlier part of this guide, neurofeedback is not used to treat any specific condition or disorder. It’s a way of improving the way the brain functions as a whole. Since the brain is responsible for every aspect of a person’s performance, neurofeedback users often see transformative, lasting changes in every part of their lives.
Neurofeedback is FDA approved for stress relief, helping those struggling with anxiety find peace and let go of the worries keeping them up at night. The American Academy of Pediatrics has rated brain training as a Level 1 “best support” option for ADHD, inducing clarity of thought and boosting focus. However, the best endorsement for neurofeedback’s efficacy can be seen in the way it has helped people of all ages perform at their best in school, at work, and in their everyday lives.
Athletes, executives and artists in every field have used neurofeedback to optimize their brains and gain a competitive edge. In fact, Olympic beach volleyball player Kerri-Walsh Jennings uses neurofeedback in her training regimen, as have members of Italy’s World Cup-winning soccer team. Brain training can help you perform at your peak when it matters most.
If you still have questions about neurofeedback, please feel free to contact us directly. A member of our knowledgeable staff will be able to answer any inquiries. If you’re ready to unlock your potential through brain training, schedule your free consultation today.
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