What Are the Benefits?
NeurOptimal® effectivenessA study on the effectiveness of NeurOptimal training demonstrated that users and trainers alike have experienced successful outcomes in the following five general categories:
Overcoming physical, emotional and cognitive challengesNeurOptimal offers non-medicinal help for depression and can dramatically help to reduce anxiety. A recent research conference in Palm Springs, California documented positive outcomes when NeurOptimal training was used to address a variety of difficult issues arising from ADD, ADHD, PTSD, sleep issues and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Slowing the effects of brain agingAs we age, complex chemical interactions occur in the brain. This aging process speeds up after the age of forty and they can cause us to experience memory loss or cognitive decline. The use of NeurOptimal can slow down and even reverse these age-related effects. Brain training also supports and enhances positive dietary habits and regular exercise that in turn further promote anti-aging.
Enhancing academic performanceNeurOptimal helps with mental focus and the ability to engage, thus significantly helps increase attention span. Students of all ages can learn more quickly and effectively and retain more of what they read and study. Teachers and parents often notice positive changes in their children’s performance and behavior after just a few sessions. A recent Norwegian study found Neurofeedback to be just as effective as Ritalin for treating children with ADHD.
Experiencing increased personal wellnessNeurOptimal assists us in improving our mental outlook by enhancing our ability to respond to life’s challenges with increased ease and resilience. Life coaches and psychotherapists use NeurOptimal to support and speed up their client’s progress. Some users find that NeurOptimal enhances the results of their meditation or spiritual practice.
Achieving peak physical/artistic performanceNeurOptimal is used by athletes, sports enthusiasts, executives, business people, students and performing artists to achieve peak performance.
“If the performances of world-class athletes are separated by hundredths, sometimes thousandths of a second, more strength or flexibility will not help them secure victory… It is tapping the potential of the mind and its intricate connection to the body that will provide the elusive edge.”
– Rael Isacowitz, 2006