NeurOptimal Neurofeedback is a Cutting-edge technology for your brain health!
Every brain can benefit from neurofeedback brain training, just like anyone can benefit from going to the gym.
Neurofeedback trains the brain to function optimally by using present-moment information rather than old response patterns. During training the brain uses visual and auditory information offered by the neurofeedback system to re-organize itself and release old patterns of “stuckness.” The result is effortless transformation with little unwanted effects. Clients train for a variety of reasons: peak performance, alleviation of symptoms (ADHD), emotional issues (anxiety, PTSD), learning problems, and personal/spiritual growth.
Why NeurOptimal Neurofeedback Equipment?
The way global information based neurofeedback works is giving your brain intelligent information about itself so that it can optimize it’s functioning. That’s how it can be diagnostically agnostic. Basically, it's teaching the brain to be smarter, learning to come into the present to gather info before it makes a decision rather than doing what’s habitual— anxiety being a common brain habit.
Videos on Neurofeedback
Advanced Neurofeedback Trainer and Founder of Neurofeedback Training Co., Natalie Baker, explains how neurofeedback works and the differences between NeurOptimal and other Neurofeedback systems.
What about neurofeedback side effects - are there any?
NeurOptimal® is non-invasive and does not push the brain in any “direction” during training, it is highly unlikely you will feel any side effects following a session. Any noticeable shifts in your mood, awareness or energy level after brain training really depends on the individual and can vary from session to session.
Very few clients report negative side effects, and if they do, it’s usually drowsiness during or immediately after a session.
Is neurofeedback training safe?
Yes, it safe for anyone to use. Why? Because nothing is being added to your brain. The training works by alerting your automatic functioning part of the brain to its own actions (this part controls the fear response, flight/flight/freeze, sleep, attentiveness, executive functioning, etc.) so it can ‘see’ its own maladaptive patterns. Because the brain is designed to be responsive to new information, when the neurofeedback system alerts the brain to it’s own functioning the brain will naturally tweak itself to be the most efficient and effective response. It’s as if the brain, upon being alerted to it’s own behaviour says “hey, I’m about to produce a stress response when I’m sitting in a safe space. That’s not efficient or an appropriate response. I’m going to change what I’m doing.”