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- Anxiety and Nutrition – Part 2: Are There Foods I Can Eat to Help My Anxiety?
- Anxiety and Nutrition – Part 1: Can I Help My Anxiety by Avoiding Certain Foods?
- Exciting Progress on the Insurance Front: Is Neurofeedback Covered by Insurance?
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- ECT: ECT or Neurofeedback? Which is safer?
Articles – By Subject
Hallucinations: What Are They and What Causes Hallucinations? Hallucinations are a very real and often frightening symptoms of several disorders. Because of the societal stigma attached to hallucinations, a child or adult experiencing them may choose to keep them a secret, rather than seek help. Through neurofeedback and counseling, Dallas Brain Changers seeks to assist struggling [...]
Adderall Side Effects and Adderall Abuse Adderall is a medication that can improve concentration and focus for an individual with AD/HD, and this can be a welcome relief – short-term! However, potentially dangerous Adderall side effects, including Adderall abuse, are on the rise. Long-term use can alter brain function enough to cause depression and anxiety. [...]
Self-Injury: Why do people hurt themselves? Self-injury is the act of deliberately causing harm to one’s own body. It is an unhealthy way of coping with emotional pain, intense anger or rage, or ongoing frustration. Self-injury is not a suicide attempt. Those who suffer from this disorder don’t want to die; they simply don’t want to [...]
AD/HD and Comorbidity Is it really AD/HD? OR … Is there something else going on with brain function that is presenting like AD/HD? AD/HD and comorbidity is rampant! There are a number of disorders related to over or under activity of the brain waves that mimic the symptoms of AD/HD. Regardless of what the primary [...]
Anxiety: Before and After Neurofeedback Treatment This 25 year old female was referred to Dallas Brain Changers by her parents. As you can see in the illustration above, her qEEG or Brain Map shows significant before and after treatment changes in central and frontal high beta (as seen in the top Brain Map indicated in [...]
Addiction: Addiction Case Study At 38, Jeffrey thought he was doing pretty well until his accident. During his afternoon bike workout, he jumped off his bike and ended up in the surgery room where he had to undergo a second knee operation. The last 5 years had been hard, but he had been trying to get back into [...]
Addiction: Addiction and Neurofeedback Neurofeedback continues to gain notoriety for its effectiveness in treating addictions. Additionally, research continues to support the fact that there is fundamental difference noted in the brain waves of an addict, as noted in the qEEG or Brain Map. Neurofeedback Studies for Addiction: Neurofeedback is revealing overwhelming results with alcoholic patients. The [...]
Addiction: Addiction and Comorbid Disorders What Does Comorbidity Mean? The term “comorbidity” describes two or more disorders or illnesses occurring in the same person. They can occur at the same time or one after the other. Comorbidity also suggests connections between the illnesses that can worsen the course of one or both. Is Drug Addiction [...]