Donât Medicate The Brain: Treat It Naturally
What’s the normal medical practice for treating someone with clinical depression, anxiety, ADHD, migraines, seizures, or many other “brain” problems? The answer is of course; a pill.
Doctors usually prescribe a pill, such as a stimulant, an anti-depressant, an anti-anxiety medication, or in some cases, a mood stabilizer/anti-convulsant, or an anti-psychotic.
But pills don’t TEACH you how to change your own brain. They just temporarily help manage symptoms. True recovery or improvement requires a different approach.
The disadvantages to medicating the brain are becoming more widely known. Many people who take medications still struggle with symptoms. With others, the symptoms only abate while if they stay on medications, creating a lifelong dependency with side effects and possible long-term health effects.
Is that really what you want?
Healing The Brain Through Neurofeedback
There are other ways to change the brain. What you eat, your blood sugar, hydration level, and exercise are all critical to brain function. In addition, psychotherapy has been shown to change the brain over time. These are important, but what other component can make a key difference in healing the brain?
There are decades of research that show how neurofeedback has changed lives in overcoming ADHD, anger, mood problems, anxiety, migraines, and even seizures. It's not an instant remedy like a pill: It takes time for the brain to change and learn. If neurofeedback is done right, these symptoms can improve, often with permanent results and no more medications.
Neurofeedback has been proven to change the brain – to change timing in the brain. It’s published in scientific literature. It’s used by thousands of licensed healthcare professionals around the world and is possibly the most important new tool available for mental and neurological health.
The improvements cut across all disorders, including ADHD, depression, anxiety, stroke, OCD, and far more. They are all brain problems. Improve the brain, and you see people overcome their symptoms.
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