Schertz, TX (PRWEB) September 19, 2013
Professional Center for Enhanced Performance recommends parents consider the benefits of Neurofeedback to prepare for their kids new school year.
Neurofeedback is an exercise for the brain to help with focus, concentration, memory, and attention - all of which are needed to excel in the educational setting. It is training in self-regulation which is necessary for optimal brain function. Furthermore, the exercise can improve symptoms of ADHD, ADD, and other learning disorders/difficulties.
While, ProCEP believes Neurofeedback is extremely useful for schoolchildren, the method can improve cognitive function for any individual. It is proven to help relieve a variety of conditions such as mood swings, PMS, and organic brain disorders including seizures, stroke and traumatic brain injury.
For parents looking to help their children reach peak performance, Neurofeedback is great for musicians, athletes, and leaders. College students can benefit greatly from this therapy as well. Neurofeedback has been proven to be a successful form of PTSD, anxiety, drug abuse, addiction, migraine and depression treatment. With the stressors of a new semester, students would be best served utilizing a therapy to improve focus.
No drugs are used during treatment. The Professional Center for Enhanced Performance offers consultation at no cost. For more information, visit their website at http://www.procepsatx.com.
About the company:
At the Professional Center for Enhanced Performance, their goal is to unlock the brain's full potential. The brain acts as a processor for information. It regulates body temperature, breathing, physical movement, sensory, functions, as well as emotions, dreams, and reasoning. Truly one of the most amazing, self-regulating organs, the brain and nervous system as a whole, controls all facets of life and greatly impacts day-to-day activities. However, if the brain is not performing at a stable state, mental performance, psychological stability, and emotional control can be altered, affecting not only the individual, but those around them as well.
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