When you want to build muscle strength or work on your physical health, you go to the gym, right? Well, what about when you want to improve your mental strength or your ability to focus and be productive? We don’t often think of our brain as a muscle that can be trained or improved, but what if there were exercises that could help with some of the most common neurological conditions like Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)?
That’s what the team at Neurocore Brain Performance Centers has been concentrating on and develeoping. They’re using Neurofeedback, a form of brain therapy that uses brainwave mapping technology to measure the activity of the brain and to get a better grasp of the underlying issues, to help decrease symptoms. The symptoms that most commonly characterize ADHD are difficulty paying attention, disorganization, overactivity and poor impulse control. While the brain waves most commonly associated with ADHD are the Beta and the Theta waves. Once the individual’s brain waves are measured and compared with other data, the therapy or brain training aspect can begin. See more information about Neurocore at Linkedin.com.
Just as with physical fitness and health, the key to success in brain training is with repetition and good form. By following through with the proper techniques and practicing regularly, the brain can begin to improve and the symptoms of ADHD can reduce and in some cases, the client may no longer show signs of the condition after brain training. Visit manta.com to know more about Neurocore.
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In the physical fitness world, it is often said that you’re only as strong as your core. With the brain being the core of our mental health, it only makes sense for us to want to improve and build upon it’s strength. At Neurocore, they have developed a plan of action for building the foundation of better mental fitness. In addition to ADHD, they also provide help for other conditions, like depression, anxiety, memory issues and more. You can find out more by visiting their website at neurocorecenters.com or by finding them on social media.