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Kathryn overcomes anxiety, concussions, and more

kathryn anxiety insomnia concussion "Neurofitness gave me back my
life and livelihood."

Kathryn brainmapsChanges in Kathryn's brainmap before and after training indicate fewer frontal slow (delta) waves correlating wtih a greater mental clarity, increased word finding, and better focus.


Kathryn was an executive working in corporate leadership in the Washington DC area.  She suffered four concussions over a period of five years due to several car accidents and a fall. One concussion is bad enough, but multiple concussions without full recovery of the previous one leads to much more severe difficulties. Prior to the accidents, Kathryn worked a 60 hour work week, had a photographic memory and excellent mental stamina.


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Polly • Memory

polly trainingPeak Neurofitness and Other Mind Matters
(updated December 12, 2013)

These blog posts represent a journal written by Polly Elmore as she experienced neurofeedback training. 

1.  Finding mental fitness with neurofeedback

Neurofeedback is an exercise program for the brain, similar to physical exercise for the body – with similar results. Just as regular exercise can train your body to function more efficiently and easily, neurofeedback can train your brain.  And you start to feel better and happier.

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J. B. • Jet lag & Productivity

I was able to hit the ground running and was alert and focused for my meeting on the morning of my arrival in London--no problem with jet lag.  Thanks for all your help!

J.B., International Finance


Agnes • Insomnia

I had only been able to get two to three hours of sleep each night since menopause. It has been twenty years.  The evening after my first session, I slept for eight hours, and dreamed for the first time in twenty years.  Now I don’t even think about sleep. It just happens.  Thank you for helping me get my life back.

Agnes


Marcie • Emotional Control, Creative Problem Solving, Intuition

I wanted to be less impulsive and more in control when something unexpected happened. My first reaction was to get all worked up about it, but now I think, ok, it’s alright, it’s not that big of a deal. I can handle it, it’s not worth getting upset over.

I can see the big picture at work and anticipate problems before they flare. I see ways to work problems that never occurred to me before. They are often elegant, time-saving solutions that create a win-win scenario for everyone involved.

Marce, Seattle, WA


 

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