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Brain Mapping

The Brain Map:  A Customized, Accurate Analysis Of Your Brain

A Brain Map is a non-invasive tool we use to identify the problem areas of the brain.  There is no more accurate tool available today for identifying irregular brainwaves.  It also generates a set of protocols that can correct your specific brainwave irregularities using Neurofeedback and other modalities.

The Brain Map process is painless, safe, accurate and non-invasive.  There really is no better tool for analyzing brainwaves and collecting customized data for each individual.

How Does A Brain Map Work?

A brain map involves scanning the brainwaves on the surface of the scalp using a nylon cap.  This method is known as an Quantitative Electroencephalogram (QEEG) and provides the most accurate recording of your normal brain function.  The system then compares your brainwave activity to a database of established standards of normal brain function to determine if problems are present.  It does not identify specific conditions: It shows a map of problem areas in the brain that we can use to expertly determine likely neurological conditions.

Why Brainwaves Are Important

Brainwaves are extremely important to how we function. There are 4 main brainwaves, and each of them regulates a different part of our body.  From sleep to emotions to critical thinking, we would not be who we are without our brainwaves.   Let’s learn about each one.

Beta Waves

These brainwaves are commonly observed while we are awake.  They are involved in conscious thought, logical thinking, writing, reading and stimulation.  Having the right amount of beta waves allows us to focus and complete school or work-based tasks easily.  Having too much beta may lead to us experiencing excessive stress and/or anxiety.

Alpha Waves

This frequency range bridges the gap between our conscious thinking and subconscious mind.  It helps us calm down when necessary and promotes feelings of deep relaxation.  If we become stressed, a phenomenon called “alpha blocking” may occur which involves the beta waves “blocking” the production of alpha waves.

Theta Waves

This particular frequency range is involved in daydreaming and sleep.  Theta waves are connected to us experiencing and feeling deep and raw emotions.  Too much theta activity may cause depression and make people “highly suggestible” because they are in a deeply relaxed, semi-hypnotic state.  Theta can improve intuition, creativity, and makes us feel more natural.  It is also involved in restorative sleep.

Delta Waves

These are the slowest recorded brain waves in human beings.  They are associated with the deepest levels of relaxation and restorative, healing sleep.  Adequate production of delta waves helps us feel completely rejuvenated after we wake up from a good night’s sleep.

The Brain Map Report

What makes our system so unique and successful is the ability to analyze each brain individually and generate a customized report that shows the problem areas of that person’s brain.  This comprehensive report of findings is unique to each individual and very detailed. Not only does it show problem areas, but also how to improve them with Neurofeedback. Think of it as a customized care plan for your brain.

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