Neurofeedback gives you more control of your brain, resulting in:


- Focused attention

- Stable moods

- Restful sleep

- Peak performance in:

  1. Academics

  2. Musical Performance

  3. Athletics

  4. Public speaking

  5. and day-to-day demands


 


Neurofeedback is a cutting-edge approach to mind-body health. It monitors your brainwaves to detect shifts in brain function that are associated with symptoms such as intrusive and critical thoughts, worries, cravings, distractions, and insomnia. Through a process of un-learning these habitual thoughts and feelings, your brain starts functioning without the extra “baggage” that makes everyday tasks harder to accomplish. Free from unhelpful brain activity, you are able to direct your mind more effectively toward your desired goals.

Everything becomes easier.

You are able to relax when you want, focus when you want, and perform when you want, because your brain does more of what you want it to do, and less of what you don’t.



Just like a computer, your brain runs multiple "programs" simultaneously. It's very busy managing your thoughts, feelings, creativity, bodily functions, and physical movements.

If your brain is running the "mental chatter" program", the "self-criticism program", or the "distraction" program, it's doing more than you want, and wasting energy that could be better used to achieve your goals.

Neurofeedback simply holds a mirror up to your brain and says, “this is what you’re doing.” If you don’t want to be running that program, your brain will adjust itself and stop, while your useful programs continue. The information your brain receives through neurofeedback allows it to self-regulate for optimum efficiency.




People who have benefited from neurofeedback report feeling "brighter", "more focused", and "more resilient". They say "it's harder for people to ruin my day", “I feel more like myself” and

"I like the way I’m feeling."

Other people have noticed their changes, and asked what they've done to achieve it. Most people who use neurofeedback to address an issue notice positive changes in other parts of their life. For example, people who have reduced their depression or anxiety have noticed improvements in their sleep or their golf game. Parents of children who have overcome ADHD have reported better behavior from their child and easier parenting.



A 2009 Study showed that 33% of NeurOptimal neurofeedback users were completely (100%) satisfied with their outcome; 48% of users were significantly (60%) satisfied with their outcome; and only 19% of users were partially (59%) satisfied with their outcome.1

This degree of efficacy would be considered miraculous for a pharmaceutical medication.

For example, two other studies have found neurofeedback to be twice as effective as Prozac, and 1.6 times as effective as Ritalin in achieving high levels of improvement in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).1






Use this site to learn more about neurofeedback, how it works, and how it can help you achieve your peak performance.


Feel free to email nick@coloradoneurofeedback.com or call 303-956-7066 with any questions, or to schedule a session.


 

Do you get distracted from your intended task, mood, or state of mind?


Do you want to have a more agile mind, or more stable positive moods?


Do you want to perform your best, without being held back by self-imposed limitations?

"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure."

--Marianne Williamson

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