The field of neuro-optimisation and neurotherapy addresses optimisation of and dysregulation in brain function. Problems and symptoms related to such optimisation and dysregulation are numerous and therefore there are many applications for neuro-optimisation and neurotherapy. Below are some examples.
PEAK PERFORMANCE AND STRESS-RELATED CONDITIONS
ADHD, DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, ANGER, INSOMNIA, CHRONIC PAIN
In a fast-paced and ever-changing world, we are all concerned about stress, burnout and how to achieve peak levels of performance on an ongoing basis. We strive to reduce the impact of stress on our brain, nervous and hormonal system, to sustain healthy sleep and to to avoid premature ageing. We wish to enhance our cognition and productivity, fine tune our decision making and thinking skills and maintain our vitality, creativity and motivation. Neuro-technologies can facilitate the achievement of these tasks.
PEAK PERFORMANCE, EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING AND CREATIVITY
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 research related to monitoring and training the engagement of pilots during flight deck operations; major sports clubs in the field of gymnastics, ice-hockey and football utilize biofeedback interventions to improve cognitive and emotional self-regulation and increase athlete performance. A notable example from the UK is Chelsea Club that has a dedicated Mind room for emotion regulation and relaxation training of ther team players.
Performing musicians have benefited immensely from neurofeedback and neuromodulation techniques for improving relaxation and creativity (Gruzellier, 2012; 2018) and motor precision (link to the Berklee university study can be found here).
MOOD, MEMORY AND COGNITION BOOST IN AGEING
NEUROREHABILITATION- REGAINING FUNCTION
ADHD, LEARNING DIFFICULTIES, AUTISM, EMOTION REGULATION PROBLEMS
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