Dementia, also known as aging, is a broad category of brain diseases that cause a long and often gradual decline in the ability to think and remember. It is something great enough to affect a person’s daily performance. Other common symptoms include emotional problems, language problems, and reduced motivation. Usually a person’s awareness is not affected.
It is normal for many people suffering from dementia to suffer from higher levels of anxiety, depression, stress, fear and related symptoms. These natural and secondary effects can “freeze” the brain in a dysfunctional state (just as the computer freezes). This frozen state confuses or changes the brain waves of the individual.
More about Neurofeedback
Neurofeedback stimulates the brain briefly at a micro-precise level, creating temporary changes in brain waves. This allows the brain to reorganize itself, thus releasing itself from patterns that may have been attached to it in the past.
Only lingering patterns are affected by the transformation into flexible, more healthy and functional brain wave patterns. Those treated with Neurofeedback reported that the symptoms they were trying to get rid of had diminished
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