Absolutely. The sensors attached to your scalp are simply there to listen to the brain; there is no stimulation or signal transmitted by the equipment. The brain does all the real work, adapting in response to the feedback.
It is always advisable to check with your doctor if you are on medications.
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We highly encourage you to continue taking all medications as prescribed and continue to monitor those medications with the counsel of your prescribing physician.
Studies have repeatedly shown Neurofeeedback to be effective in a wide variety of clinical applications as well as for peak performance.
Clients can feel different after just the first session, although it will take several sessions for the new ways of working to be fully learned by the brain.
Just as different people learn at different rates, so do different brains, and some have more to learn than others.
A Brain Fit Life provides Neurofeedback as a training program and is not considered a covered medical or mental health treatment or therapy. Neurofeedback is considered alternative in nature and although medical professionals may recommend it at times for individuals, it is not considered therapy and we do not offer insurance billing.
Just as a gym membership or educational tutoring services are not covered medical expenses, but may benefit many people, the same is true for Neurofeedback training.
Some people report they are tired after training and others report that it gives them energy after training. We are all different and it is difficult to predict and it can change during the course of training.
Just as physical exercise can make us tired or give us energy, brain training is exercising our brain and it can cause some fatigue at times as it balances those frequencies. This is usually temporary, but does vary for each individual.
YES! I have personally seen the improvement in my own children as well as the hundreds of children and families I have worked with over the past 4 years.
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