Category: neurofeedback

Answers to Your Questions about Panic Disorder

Originally found on apa.org Panic Disorder is a serious condition that around one out of every 75 people might experience. It usually appears during the teens or early adulthood, and while the exact causes are unclear, there does seem to be a connection with major life transitions that are potentially stressful: graduating from college, getting…

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Is This The Next Big Thing In Mental Health?

Originally found on thenextbigthing.com When was the last time you got onboard with a TRUE sector disruptor before the masses piled on? It can be a challenging task for even the most sophisticated investors, however once in a while a company comes along with an innovation so incredibly enlightened, it catches the attention of everyone! Allow…

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Postpartum Depression: What You Should Know

Originally found on WebMD.com. As a new mom, you face a lot of challenges getting used to life with a newborn. You’re also probably dealing with lack of sleep, new responsibilities, or even breast pain if you’re nursing.And what about the deep emotional pain that comes after childbirth and won’t let up? Not the milder “baby blues” that typically go away…

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How Insomnia Differs From Occasional Sleeplessness

Orinally found on https://sleep.org/articles/insomnia-vs-occasional-sleeplessness/ The causes and treatments for insomnia Insomnia is a sleep disorder that disturbs not only a person’s ability to sleep at night, but also a person’s ability function during the day. Someone who suffers from insomnia will find it difficult to fall asleep and/or stay asleep at night, and during the day, the person may…

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11 Signs and Symptoms of Anxiety Disorders

Originally found on https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/anxiety-disorder-symptoms Many people experience anxiety at some point in their lives. In fact, anxiety is a very normal response to stressful life events like moving, changing jobs or having financial troubles. However, when symptoms of anxiety become larger than the events that triggered them and begin to interfere with your life, they could…

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Neurotransmitters May Affect Your Mood

Originally found on https://www.brainmdhealth.com/blog/brain-neurotransmitters-affect-mood/ Neurotransmitters are complex chemical messengers that coordinate clear communications between neurons in your brain cells and the rest of your body. These back-and-forth transmissions can influence nearly every cell, tissue, and biological decision in your body – and your life. Brain neurotransmitters are a really big deal. Do you know if yours…

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Overview of Social Anxiety Disorder Symptoms

Originally found on https://psychcentral.com/disorders/anxiety/social-anxiety-disorder-symptoms/ Social anxiety disorder, also known as social phobia, is an intense fear of becoming extremely anxious and possibly humiliated in social situations — specifically of embarrassing yourself in front of other people. A person who suffers from social anxiety tends to think that other people are far better at public speaking, or hanging out…

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7 Helpful Tips for Insomnia Sufferers

Originally found on https://www.theladders.com/career-advice/insomnia-cant-sleep No one enjoys showing up to work groggy and tired after a sleepless night, but too many of us are having trouble catching those elusive zzz’s. 1 in 3 people around the world suffers from insomnia. All too often, we are poor sleepers who have created self-defeating habits that make insomnia inevitable. And those missing…

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