The Neurofeedback Blog

Parietal lobes

Can you read and write? Do math? Put on your shoes? Read a map? Apply lipstick or know when someone is unhappy? Catch a ball? If so, thank your Parietal

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Occipital Lobe

In general, the average human brain weighs about 1,400 grams (3 lb). The brain looks like a large pinkish-gray walnut. The brain can be divided down the middle lengthwise into

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Your Frontal Lobe

Where is it?  It’s the front and top of your head What does it do?  This part of the brain handles thinking, decision- making, and planning. You use your frontal

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Neurofeedback measures brain waves and guides them to self-correction

Brain Waves Basic

Four simple periodic rhythms recorded in the EEG are alpha, beta, delta, and theta. These rhythms are identified by frequency (Hz or cycles/sec) and amplitude. The amplitudes recorded by scalp

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Brain Mapping

Non-invasive QEEG Brain Mapping is analogous to a physician performing a throat culture on a patient with a throat infection to determine which antibiotic would best eradicate the infection.  Brain

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Neurofeedback and Mindfulness

Holiday Mindfulness, Meditation, and Neurofeedback Give yourself a gift this holiday and 2016…..Through mindfulness and meditation research, neuroscientists have come to recognize the emotional and health benefits of a clear,

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