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What causes anxiety and panic attacks?
Research has shown that anxiety and panic attacks can be experienced when your brain goes too fast. This can be measured as an excess of Beta (high frequency) brainwaves, typically on the right side of the brain. Beta brainwaves occur naturally when you are thinking. However, most people with anxiety experience run-on thoughts. If these repeating, negative thoughts get out of control, instead of just feeling anxious, you can develop a full-blown anxiety attack.
How Does Neurofeedback Eliminate These Symptoms?
To start, we measure your brain activity using an advanced technology, called a qEEG (Quantitative Electroencephalogram). First used in 1924, this is a safe and painless process, and it allows us to measure the actual brainwave energy in each part of your brain. If your anxiety and panic attacks are the result of too many Beta waves, this test will help us find it.
Based on the results of your own personal brain map, we will create a personalized training protocol to help your brain correct the measured imbalances.
Neurofeedback uses the same safe, natural approach in improving your brain function.
A Family Affair
“Neurofeedback has worked so well for our adopted child that suffers from childhood traumas that both my husband and I have started using the training as well.”
The Training Process Is Both Safe, And Effective
During a typical neurofeedback session, you simply relax and watch a movie or video. While you are watching the movie, we will be measuring your brainwave activity with several small sensors on your scalp. If you start having anxious thoughts or feelings, it will register as an excess of Beta energy.
When these imbalances occur, the visual input dims, and the sound decreases. This feedback signals your brainwaves to slow down, bringing the movie back into focus, helping you to learn how to control those anxious thoughts.