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Neurofeedback for Anxiety and Stress

Neurofeedback can alter your patterned responses

From K.S.

"I do not constantly worry about my past mistakes, I accept them or change them and I'm able to move on. I do not beat myself up anymore."

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Neurofeedback for Anxiety and Stress
Due to the constant sources of stress we face, we sometimes lose our ability to deal effectively with the side effects, and our brain patterns habituate around the stress response. We may begin to react to normal activities with a flight or fight response when that happens. Stress can also trigger irritability, frustration, fatigue, or if left unchecked, may lead to a clinical anxiety disorder. These factors can lead to underperformance at almost everything, and can begin to affect our health, mental processing, and emotional control. 

Neurofeedback for anxiety and stress will help you train your brain to achieve a calmer, more relaxed, focused and more efficient state. With repetitive training sessions, you will learn how to guide your brain to more desirable and controlled patterns, and, with dedicated practice, you will notice an improvement in your mental health. Neurofeedback is non-invasive and doesn’t involve putting any chemicals or medications into your body.

OCD may have genetic components and a correlation with anxiety. Regardless of the cause of obsessive-compulsive behavior, medications may be only mildly helpful and lose effectiveness over time. Since neurofeedback creates new neural pathways and corrects the problematic brain patterns, the training reduces symptoms and associated unwanted behaviors.