WHO CAN WE HELP

LOOKING TO OPTIMISE YOUR BRAIN FUNCTION?

Brain optimisation refers to the process of fine tuning of an already well- functioning brain. We can help optimise the brain of an athlete who strives to sharpen their attention and reactions, a musician who would seek to enhance their creativity, or a CEO who would like to increase their brain flexibility, boost their vitality, enhance their ability to relate to others or re-invent their decision making.

Brain dysregulation, on the other hand, refers to the neuro-physiological changes in the individual’s brain that are accompanied by a range of unpleasant symptoms. There are numerous warning signs of brain dysregulation, such as brain fog, poor sleep, lowered stress tolerance, low mood, poor memory or concentration, increased worrying, difficulty to control emotions, etc. and these can be addressed successfully with neurotherapy. Brain dysregulation accompanies multiple stress-related conditions, such as brain fog, anger, depression, anxiety, insomnia and chronic pain.

In a fast-paced and ever-changing world, we are frequently concerned about how to achieve and sustain peak levels of performance and productivity. We often forget that our brains and bodies are complex and hence fragile systems that are bound to malfunction when subjected to continuous strain and are not given the opportunity to relax, recover and refresh. Leading health experts and researchers agree that what we need to consider in the long run is finding ways to reduce the impact of stress on our brain, nervous and hormonal system, learning to sustain healthy sleep and fostering cognitive and emotional flexibility. Only then we can maintain our vitality, creativity and motivation and make the most out of the potential we carry within us. The neuro-technologies we utilize at the Bright Brain Centre provide tools that can support you on the way.

INTERESTED IN IMPROVING PRECISION AND PERFORMANCE IN SPORTS AND THE ARTS?

Neurofeedback training is a well-known performance boosting technique in the world of business, sports and the arts. Neurofeedback protocols developed at NASA were used in monitoring and training the engagement of pilots during flight deck operations; major sports clubs in the field of gymnastics, ice-hockey, football and golf utilize biofeedback interventions to improve cognitive and emotional self-regulation and increase athlete performance. We have successfully supported athletes and performing artists with neurofeedback and neuromodulation techniques to overcome performance anxiety and self-doubts and and to improve their concentration, relaxation skills and creativity.

EXPLORING NEURO-TECHNOLOGIES AS A PART OF YOUR NEUROREHABILITATION PROGRAMME?

Neurofeedback training and non-invasive brain stimulation can support brain and functional recovery post stroke or traumatic brain injury, complementing your neuro-rehabilitation programme.

WANTING TO GIVE YOUR CHILD AN EASIER START?

In childhood and adolescence, when human neuroplasticity is at its peak, neurofeedback in combination with targeted non-invasive brain stimulation can help improve the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Developmental Delays, Dyslexia and Autism. It is also a great tool for supporting emotion regulation and promoting impulse control in the developing brain.

Please, note that from January 2020 onward, we will no longer be offering sessions for children on site. Instead, these would be offered as a home training option.

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Gruzelier, John. (2018). Enhancing Creativity with Neurofeedback in the Performing Arts: Actors, Musicians, Dancers: Theory and Action in Theatre/Drama Education. 10.1007/978-3-319-78928-6_14.
Gruzelier, John. (2012). Enhancing imaginative expression in the performing arts with EEG-neurofeedback. 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199568086.003.0021.

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