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What Can You Expect from Neurofeedback

The bottom line with people is usually: Can neurofeedback help me with what I want to see change? Because it works with the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord), neurofeedback has the potential to affect a broad spectrum of the things p...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Aug 1, 2016

Will I Need Neurofeedback Tuneups?

With NeurOptimal® neurofeedback training, once completed, most people don’t need tuneups. You’re most likely to come in with a list of changes you’d like to see happen – better sleep, more peace of mind, less anxiety, bette...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Jul 25, 2016

NeurOptimal Personal Neurofeedback Trainer

I believe the NeurOptimal® neurofeedback home system is the best on the market. It’s so easy to use, you can be running sessions within an hour after you’ve unpacked the box. It comes with everything you need, and you get the same state...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Jul 18, 2016

Why Does Neurofeedback Help with so Many Things?

It’s a great question. It’s also a question that makes some people hold back from trying neurofeedback. How can it be that good? How can it help with sleep problems, ADHD, depression, anxiety and improve people’s golf scores? Why do...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Jun 27, 2016

Will neurofeedback help you?

Since NeurOptimal® neurofeedback trains the brain toward functioning at its best, it’s likely most everyone will benefit. I’ve been a neurofeedback provider for more than 12 years now, and I’ve had only a few people not have...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Jun 6, 2016

NeurOptimal Neurofeedback for Performance Anxiety

Earlier this year, Science Daily published an article titled, Why your brain makes you slip up when anxious. What makes auditions, performances, giving speeches, just generally being on the spot so anxiety-provoking? According to previous research, p...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Apr 11, 2016

Become a NeurOptimal Neurofeedback Trainer

The NeurOptimal® neurofeedback system is beautifully designed to take advantage of the Central Nervous System’s powerful ability to take in information and use it to reorganize itself. NeurOptimal® is the state of the art in neurofeedback.
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Mar 21, 2016

What Makes our Brains Special

Scientific American recently published an interesting article that’s relevant to neurofeedback: What Makes Our Brains Special? The article talks about recent research highlighting the way human brains differ from other animals’ brains. I...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Feb 22, 2016

Upgrade your Brain with Neurofeedback

As many of you know, Dr. Valdeane Brown is the co-founder and co-developer of NeurOptimal®. He was recently interviewed by the founder of SuperHuman Entrepreneur, Dr. Isaac H. Jones.  Here’s a link to the podcast. Learn How to Upgrade you...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Feb 8, 2016

How NeurOptimal is Different from Traditional Neurofeedback

The description of neurofeedback provided by Wikipedia is pretty much how I think of traditional neurofeedback. Here’s what it says: Neurofeedback (NFB), also called neurotherapy or neurobiofeedback, is a type of biofeedback that uses real-tim...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Jan 25, 2016

Neurofeedback for Sleep Problems

Many New York Neurofeedback clients come for problems related to sleep, including: Primary insomnia (this means sleep loss not caused by something else, such as anxiety or medication side effects) Difficulty falling asleep Difficulty staying asleep A...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Jan 18, 2016

Neurofeedback for ADHD as an Option to Medications

Why consider neurofeedback for ADHD as an option to medications? Some of my clients just prefer a non-medication solution. Others don’t feel like themselves on medication, or medications don’t work well. A joint 2014 study by researchers...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Jan 4, 2016

What to Expect in a Neurofeedback Session

When you come for a NeurOptimal® neurofeedback session you’ll be sitting in a comfortable chair watching a graphic (or you can close your eyes), and you’ll be listening to music. You’ll hear very brief pauses in the music, and the image will a...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Oct 13, 2015

NeurOptimal Neurofeedback Testimonials

If you are considering neurofeedback… NeurOptimal® colleagues at InLife Clinic have produced a wonderful video of testimonials from their clients. If you are considering neurofeedback, I think you’ll find it very helpful. It’s abo...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Sep 14, 2015

Neurofeedback for Depression

by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Aug 31, 2015

Neurofeedback for Anxiety

Here is yet another  research-based reason to consider neurofeedback for anxiety, as if there weren’t enough reasons already! Anxiety is miserable, as anyone who suffers from it will attest. And too much of it is bad for the body and bad for t...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Aug 9, 2015

READY Neurofeedback for Anxiety

Yet another reason to consider neurofeedback for anxiety, as if there weren’t enough reasons already! Anxiety is miserable, as anyone who suffers from it will attest. And too much of it is bad for the body and bad for the brain. Stress hormones...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Aug 4, 2015

READY Neurofeedback for Anxiety because Anxiety is Contagious

Yet another reason to consider neurofeedback for anxiety, as if there weren’t enough reasons already! Anxiety is miserable, as anyone who suffers from it will attest. And too much of it is bad for the body and bad for the brain. Stress hormones...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Aug 4, 2015

DRAFT Neurofeedback for Anxiety because Anxiety is Contagious

Yet another reason to consider neurofeedback for anxiety, as if there weren’t enough reasons already! Anxiety is miserable, as anyone who suffers from it will attest. Too much of it is bad for the body and bad for the brain. Stress hormones are...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Aug 4, 2015

Dr. Ed O’Malley on Neurofeedback for Sleep

NeurOptimal® colleague and sleep mentor, Dr. Ed O’Malley, recently wrote a very informative post for NeurOptimal®’s blog, titled Sleep and Brain Health: The Neurofeedback Connection. Dr. O’Malley explains that prolonged sleep restri...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Jul 13, 2015


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