A Solution To Anxiety And Depression?
Brainwaves May Hold The Key To Recovery
Worry, fear and sadness are normal human emotions. But for many these emotions get enhanced by the neurotransmitters in our brain. These people often feel out of control of their emotions and are afraid to leave the house or engage in social activities.
Why Drugs Don’t Work
Most doctors prescribe medications for these conditions. The problem is that these drugs do not cure the problem, they only provide temporary relief. And the side effects of these drugs are well documented. More importantly, who wants to spend the rest of their lives using expensive drugs that have side effects?
The Root Cause of Anxiety And Depression
Decades of Brain research has yielded one answer for why emotions are so hard to manage for some. It has to do with the brainwaves in our head, and this knowledge may provide a road map to overcoming the conditions that often result.
Alpha waves are one of 4 main brainwaves that exist in every person. They are responsible for regulating our emotional state. Too much alpha can create an overload in the brain, resulting in excess stress, worry or fear. This can lead to a state of heightened anxiety.
Conversely, too little alpha can slow down the brain’s ability to react to external stimuli, resulting in a lack of desire or ambition. This can result in depression or even suicidal thoughts.
How To Correct Brainwaves Safely
The answer to this questions lies in a 50 year old technology that has only recently come out of the laboratory and into mainstream medicine. Neurofeedback is a revolutionary technology that can safely adjust brainwaves to their proper speed, which can then reduce or eliminate symptoms.
The Benefits Of Neurofeedback:
- Safe and Non-invasive
- Eliminate Medications
- Permanent Results
- Sessions Are Enjoyable
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