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Neurofeedback

I work in a neurological office, at least for the time being, and last Friday one of the doctors offered us to have some neurofeedback training in the office, for free, while working, completely voluntary on Monday. 402 more words

Misadventures

Neurofeedback Session #1: Will Practice Really Make Perfect?

Today was my first scheduled Neurofeedback session which arrived with a great deal of anticipation, anxiety and rumination as I have spent the past 2 weeks since I was last there talking myself out of doing it for fear that it would result in another failed attempt at recovery and further hopelessness. 596 more words

Mental Health

Neurofeedback

I’ve been having Neurofeedback sessions for a little over 1 calendar year, once a week. For the first 10 months I didn’t think it was going to work. 346 more words

46. 16th December 2018 - Christmas Update

My children go to Jewish schools and don’t know the words of any Christmas carols but even they love looking at the beautiful Christmas tree that lights up the dark night outside our local church and comparing the different decorations that adorn local homes.  1,279 more words

Mental Health

Top 5 Tips to Control Migraine

Migraine can extremely be bothersome, if experienced in frequent attacks. By the time the symptoms subside after every attack, the person starts anticipating about the next attack which may be more severe. 471 more words

Anxiety

My Brain Overload; Next Steps With Neurofeedback

I hear from others all the time how brave I am, how courageous I am or how strong I am as I continue to fight my way back to who I used to be but the thing is (as I am sure you can probably predict what I am about to say by now) I don’t feel any of those things and with each passing day or each new roadblock I feel like it is just a losing battle.  883 more words

Mental Health

ADHD Firsthand – A Look At ADHD From The Inside

We have all seen many reports and articles on ADHD from doctors, parents, teachers and other educators all speaking on their experience with ADHD through someone they are associated with. 830 more words

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