Who Uses Neurofeedback?

The brain is like any other muscle; it strengthens with exercise. Unlike earlier beliefs about the brain, current neuroscience understands that your brain remains plastic for life. A self-regulated, resilient brain is efficient, calm and aware, and can make better decisions. In recent years, neurofeedback has quickly become a performance enhancement standard in Olympic and professional sports, and is increasingly being used in academic, business and spiritual communities.

 
 

Business Professionals and Leaders

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Neurofeedback is a tool that high performers can use to train and exercise under-used neural networks that can support a more efficient use of mental and emotional energy, minimize over-analysing or “decision paralysis” (inability to make a decision), improve processing speed, promote stress recovery and enhance sleep.

 
 

Athletes, Musicians, Performers

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Athletes, musicians and others in the performing arts have greatly adopted the use of neurofeedback in order to increase attentiveness, stamina and awareness; improve response-times’ maintain composure while under pressure’ and increase the ability to remain in a flow state or the ‘zone’.

 
 

Writers, Visual Artists, + Other Creatives

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Creatives have reported their ability to access and accelerate their creative process has increased with neurofeedback training. Their sense of vision, clarity, and precision of their output is a by-product of their heightened meditative states, awareness, and ability to shift out of ‘stuck patterns’.

 
 
Personal + Spiritual Development

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From a spiritual / consciousness perspective, we can think of neurofeedback as a technology that can help us quicker and better access the same state of mind as you conventionally do through prayer, meditation, and ceremony.

 
 

Children and Students

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Parents who are looking for a non-pharmaceutical alternative to help their child improve attention, decrease general anxiety and improve habits/learning skills will find that neurofeedback results in lasting shifts and improvements in these areas.