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Brain Balancing Gives Hope for Sufferers of Depression, Stress, and Insomnia at New Life Brain Center,
Date:2/24/2010

New Life Brain Center gives freedom from depression and stress with amazing technology; free assessments offered in March.

Arlington, TX (Vocus) February 24, 2010 -- The winter time blues are often more than a feeling. Grey days and cloudy weather can trigger anxiety, loneliness, depression and even thoughts of suicide. At New Life Brain Center™, individuals from North Texas, South Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico have discovered a unique way to overcome these difficult emotional issues and painful roadblocks. It is called Brainwave Optimization™, which is non-invasive, drug free, involves no-talk therapy and it helps the brain to balance and correct itself. The results can be life changing.

“Even though I had a successful career, I suffered all my life with anxiety, depression and chronic insomnia. I tried everything from talk therapy to prescription drugs and nothing worked,” states Jackie Gates. “After one week of sessions, I was able to sleep. And, for the first time in my life I am free from depression and anxiety.”

The Brainwave Optimization system was designed for relaxation, self-regulation and meditation. Developed from years of research and case studies, this cutting-edge technology allows the computer to provide real-time feedback so it can correct and balance itself. Clients worldwide testify that balancing their brain has helped them deal with issues such as - depression, anxiety, ADD, PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder), chronic pain, memory problems, migraines, anger, addiction, insomnia and other issues.

One North Richland Hills father shares, “Six months of chemotherapy left me depleted, physically, emotionally, and mentally. I was depressed and filled with rage, anger, and even having suicidal thoughts. After one week of brain balancing, I felt normal again and my emotions stabilized. My wife says that braining training has saved our marriage and has made me a better father to our two-year old son.”

After extensive testing by a neuropsychologist, a chronically depressed teen girl from Dallas was referred to the New Life Brain Center™. Her parents were desperate because their daughter was failing high school and had dropped out. The girl was coping with depression, anxiety, ADD and other learning challenges including a vision disorder. (Words would float off the page when she tried to read.) After brain balancing, her vision problem corrected itself. She is now back in school, making straight A’s and started college classes in January.

Brainwave Optimization™ is accomplished by assessing and recording imbalances in the brain, and then encouraging the brain to create new neural pathways through computer aided feedback.

New Life Brain Center™ asks clients to schedule time for 10 sessions done within a 5-7 day period. During their session, clients sit in a zero gravity chair, while thinking of relaxing images, and listening to the frequency tones of their brain waves being played back to them.
Brainwave Optimization is like giving your brain a tune-up,” explains Ms. Gates. “When people feel the difference it gives them hope and a new start in life.”

In additional to the Arlington location, Ms. Gates has a mobile unit that brings braining training to you.

During the month of March, New Life Brain Center is offering a complimentary assessment.

To learn more and schedule your free brain assessment call 817 896-6645.

More information is also available on their website: http://www.NewLifeBraincenter.com

For Interviews contact: Lynn Scarborough 469 951-7051, Lynn4pr(at)yahoo(dot)com

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