Get Started with a Drug Free ADHD Brain Training Program!
Many people with ADHD think their options are limited. If you struggle with ADHD, you should know that it has been proven to come from the way a person’s brain is performing. You should also know that brain performance can be improved to help reduce and alleviate symptoms. It’s true!
Adults and children suffer from ADD/ADHD and learning problems.
One of the most noticeable deficiencies in an adult is a lack of attention to detail – along with poor organizational skills. They may act without thinking more frequently when dealing with a learning disorder.
Children are likely to lose or misplace things continually. They are easily distracted, restless, and impatient.
Children appear to be unable to listen or carry out instructions.
Wait! What? Yes… both adults and children exhibit any or all of the behaviors mentioned above. Restlessness is not only observed in children, as an example!
How to treat ADHD without Medication using Neurofeedback
It can feel like your brain is out of tune. Jumping from one station to another. Hard to focus or find interest in any one song. It’s overwhelming. You might have even said to yourself, “My brain is broken.”
Neurofeedback is the best ADHD treatment for adults, teens, and children to improve their focus, concentration, organization, and clarity. We offer a medication-free approach to help calm the mind.
At NeuroWave, we can help decrease impulsivity, distractibility, hyperactivity, and anxiety. This can improve focus and learning. The world becomes easier to navigate.
Life becomes less of a struggle for the patient and parent.
What is ADHD?
ADHD, also known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, is a brain-based condition that directly affects the set of brain functions and behaviors that limit concentration, memory, motivation, effort, learning, impulsivity, hyperactivity, organization, and social skills.
ADHD is a serious concern, however, it should be noted that many people who suffer from it can go on to live happy and successful lives. This is because ADHD is caused by the use of too much slow brain processing speed called Theta. Some people are born with excessive Theta use which causes their symptoms. We know that ADHD runs in families because this brain pattern can be passed down. Your qEEG brain might show us that there is too much Theta in use. You can see on the qEEG Brain Map below that ADHD can easily be seen as the color red in Theta use. You can see for yourself if your brain is using too much Theta and then Neurofeedback can rid you of it.
How Does Neurofeedback Treat ADHD?
Focus and productivity improve when your brain uses less Theta slow brain speed. During the sessions, the computer rewards your brain for making less Theta by playing your screen bright and your audio loud. If your brain uses more Theta, your screen dims and sound lowers. Through this continual feedback to your brain of how it is performing, your brain learns to work better. It is like a workout for your brain. The best part is that you can see your brain performance improve on charts and graphs of your progress. Neurofeedback is completely measurable and you can see and feel your improvements.
Science Proves Neurofeedback is an Effective ADHD Treatment
More scientific studies now prove that Neurofeedback is an effective treatment for ADHD. In fact, even years ago Harvard University touted it as the future way of treatment. Neurofeedback can reduce the use of Theta slow brain speed and increase the speed for calm focus. When your brain performs better, so do you. While ADHD is something to be concerned about, you can rest a little easier knowing brain-based treatments are available for children and adults who have struggled with ADHD. For over 60 years these methods have been proven safe, all-natural, and effective.
How Do I Get Started with Neurofeedback for ADHD?
Shift your brain into a new, better operating mode so that you can be focused and relaxed. Have your brain evaluated for the ADHD and Anxiety brain pattern. See the results for yourself.
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Please call (253) 205-5762 for a 15-minute free phone consultation to learn how we might help you or your child.