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adhd brain

ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. For a person who is struggling with this disorder, it often look like the inability to focus or concentrate, becoming easily distracted, overwhelmed or frustrated. Attention and focus problems can cause anger outbursts, difficulty completing tasks, restlessness and the inability to socially engage or connect.


anxiety brain

Because of our environment and the ongoing stressors that impact the body every second of every day, the body can become overloaded, and our brainwaves can become abnormal. This most commonly occurs as a result of overstimulation. This irregularity, often found in people suffering with anxiety, can create abnormal responses to incoming stimuli.


autism brain

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a condition related to brain development that impacts how a person perceives and socializes with others. The symptoms of ASD typically begin to emerge around age 2 or 3. These symptoms may include the inability to perceive sights and sounds adequately, resistance to change in daily routines, poor motor skills, repetitive behaviors or movements, hyper-focus on one thing, and loud outbursts.

Brain Injury

brain with brain injury

Traumatic brain injury or TBI is a type of injury to the brain. It can disrupt how the brain functions and lead to cognitive and emotional symptoms. TBI's can vary from mild to severe, depending on how and where the head was struck, and the magnitude of the impact to the head. Sometimes milder but frequent blows to the head can cause mild traumatic brain injuries as well.

Chronic Pain

chronic pain brain

Pain is a subjective feeling that can be influenced by sensory, affective, and cognitive factors. Chronic pain is pain that lasts for over three months. The pain can be there all the time, or it may come and go. It can happen anywhere in your body. Chronic pain can have a widespread impact on overall brain function as both cognitive and psychological factors play key roles in the development and management of pain.


depression brain

If you have been struggling with depression, you’re not alone. More than 19 million adults suffer from depression. If you are feeling overwhelmed, worn down, fatigued, sad, isolated, foggy brained, or disconnected, these are classic signs and symptoms that accompany depression.


insomnia brain

Chronic, or recurrent, insomnia is a widespread condition affecting nearly 10-15% of the global population. Insomnia can disrupt your daily life by causing irritability, exhaustion, tiredness, and difficulty staying focused. If being tired all of the time isn’t bad enough, this affliction is also believed to be a risk factor for other diseases, including obesity, hypertension, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.

Memory Loss

memory loss brain

If you are beginning to notice the signs of brain fog, forgetfulness, declining cognitive function, mixing up your words, asking the same questions repeatedly or taking longer to perform normal tasks: these are all signs and symptoms of memory loss. These are the early warning signs of abnormal brainwave function that is often associated with the inability to process information optimally. 


migraine brain

Migraines and headaches can be triggered due to many factors; ranging from hormonal imbalance, light sensitivity, allergies and dehydration to neuro-metabolic issues. This leaves your brain in a high state of stress and imbalance. The results are a variety of symptoms that take their toll on your life including inability to focus, mood swings and throbbing pain.

Peak Performance

peak performance brain

Whether you are a professional athlete, a top executive, a weekend warrior, or a student athlete, you know that peak performance is essential to your success. But how do you achieve peak performance? The more that is at stake, the greater the need for not only physical training, but brain training for increased brain health as well.

PTSD & Trauma

ptsd brain

PTSD and Trauma often occurs after a stressful or traumatic event leaving a wake of symptoms in its path. From mental stress and negative moods to fear, guilt and shame. The emotional toll of these symptoms impacts daily lives, careers, and relationships. As a result, most people who suffer from PTSD & trauma are looking for an effective way to treat their symptoms so they can get back to living a normal life.

Substance Abuse

substance abuse brain

Substance Abuse Disorders are viewed as primary, chronic diseases of brain reward, motivation, memory and related circuitry. Dysfunction in these circuits leads to characteristic biological, psychological, social and spiritual manifestations. This is reflected in an individual pathologically pursuing reward and/or relief by other behaviors.



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