A Healthy Nervous System Has Good Self-Regulation.

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"Neurofeedback is a non-invasive and scientifically-proven therapy that trains the brain to function better. Like conditioning muscles at the gym, neurofeedback enhances neural flexibility and stability, and allows the brain to strengthen neural connections. This has a desirable effect on both the bioelectrical and biochemical communication. This communication is called "self-regulation." Once the brain learns better self-regulation, these changes are maintained and built upon throughout life because the brain is highly adaptable. This therapy was developed by UCLA neuroscientists over four decades ago. They proved neurofeedback can help stabilize the brainwaves of epileptics, thus reducing seizures, and thereby reducing patients' dependence on medications. Patients also found improvements in their mood, mental clarity and sleep. We now know the benefits of neurofeedback extend beyond a single diagnosis, and even the side effects are beneficial.When the brain improves its efficiency, stability and flexibility, symptoms resolve. The ability to be happy, calm, productive, motivated, alert and able to get good sleep occurs naturally in the process."

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