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Many people ask what brought me to becoming a neurofeedback practitioner. I can happily tell you my twisted story and how neurofeedback completely changed my life.

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When it comes to health and wellness modalities, there can be a lot of confusion in the terminology. The same is true of the terms “biofeedback” and “neurofeedback.” Of the two terms, more people are familiar with biofeedback than with neurofeedback. Some people say to me, “I have heard of biofeedback, but not neurofeedback. What is the difference?”

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As with any medical or wellness procedure or intervention, neurofeedback brings up questions about insurance. By far, the most common question I get from those looking to try neurofeedback is whether or not insurance will cover it. Unfortunately, it’s often the only question people ask before they hang up and give up on the process.

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Clients often ask me this question, but there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Each client’s needs and situation are unique, so here are some ideas to consider.

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Clients frequently ask me about the safety and effectiveness of combining neurofeedback and pharmaceutical medications. Often these questions come from parents who have concerns about the long-term side effects of certain drugs on their children.

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We all experience a wide range of feelings and emotions on a daily basis: each of us have good and bad days. But what if you've been feeling depressed and bummed out for a long time and it started affecting your social life?

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Did you sleep well last night? If your answer is yes, I can guess that you are having a much better day than if you had tossed and turned all night, unable to catch some z’s. The quality of our sleep affects our attention span, focus, memory, and overall mood. The importance of high-quality sleep cannot be overstated.

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When parents feel entirely confident in having their kids try neurofeedback, children sometimes are not so ready to give it a go. If you are worried that you won’t be able to get your child on board, here are four helpful tips that have been successful in my practice.

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There are many different types of neurofeedback systems: LENS, EEG, NeurOptimal®. As brain science and technology evolve, so do the neurofeedback offerings. Here is my personal journey on discovering their features, benefits and limitations.

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When deciding to use NeurOptimal® in my private practice, its effectiveness was the number one reason. However, other benefits were also very attractive to me.

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Neurofeedback makes the brain more efficient and resilient, but it doesn't mean you should stop therapy, tutoring or appropriate health supplements.

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Some people who experience anxiety may not find relief through medication alone, or they might be hesitant to try medication. Other methods of managing anxiety, such as the use of a weighted blanket, can help. By Jenna Fletcher Reviewed by Timothy J. Legg, PhD, CRNP

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