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Memory Loss / Cognitive Decline: Can Neurofeedback Reverse the Damage?

Written By Restoring Health Holistic Wellness Center on March 22, 2021

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For those with short term memory issues, this may sound familiar:

  1. Difficulty remembering things, expressing thoughts or making decisions
  2. Sometimes feel like your brain is foggy
  3. Feel embarrassed in social situations, concerned you may not remember names or something someone told you
  4. You suspect you’re just not as sharp as you used to be

It can be very distressing to Misplace things or forget whether or not you paid bills. What's worse, these memory lapses can lead to other issues like fatigue, depression, isolation, insecurity and a generally lackluster life.

With age, many people begin to notice a decline in mental clarity, memory or executive function (things like managing time or planning or remembering details). This can also occur as a result of brain trauma. These declines can prompt fears of dementia or Alzheimer’s.

Neurofeedback to "Rewire the Brain"

Cognitive decline is still a new field of study that is revealing new insights every day. Until recently there weren’t many options to slow or reverse the effects of mental decline once diagnosed. However, thanks to advances in technology, we can now map the brain far more effectively and target the areas the brain responsible for cognitive decline.

Neurofeedback is one of the most powerful tools for strengthening and optimizing the brain. When combined with a brain map, neurofeedback can target specific circuits in the brain to be strengthened, activated, and improved. Neurofeedback can help restore healthy brain function without medications and non-invasively.

Many studies demonstrate that neurofeedback changes the brain. Several studies show that cognitive function in aging adults improves considerably, after even a single neurofeedback session.

If you have been having memory issues, please come in and see us for a non-invasive brain scan. It includes a detailed report of findings that will precisely identify the problem areas in the brain. It could be the most important decision you ever make for your mental health and well-being.


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