Try to think back to the last time you felt energetic, sharp and focused. Back to a time when you didn’t forget why you walked in the kitchen; or when it was easy to give directions to the house you’ve lived in for years. Was it before you accidentally hit your head? Before you had your first child? Perhaps it was before having a serious illness like COVID-19. You aren’t alone.
ADHD symptoms and sleep problems are no strangers to children and their caregivers. However, there are some proven strategies to help kids feel well-rested. In this post, we look at a few of them and discuss a viable alternative that you might want to consider in tandem or in addition to these tips.
The journey through this life is individual. We have unique trials, struggles, joys, accomplishments, and pains. And yet we also move through life together with the ability, opportunity, and responsibility to help one another along the way.
There is no doubt, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light the plight of those battling stress, worry, behavioral difficulties, overwhelming sadness, and other mental and emotional pressures like never before. Topics that were once lost in the darkness of stereotypes and shame are now becoming part of our everyday conversations as an increasing number of individuals are experiencing mental and behavioral health symptoms firsthand.
Are you having trouble enjoying the beautiful, creative part of you? What about your funny, unique personality? Being in a creative flow is an amazing feeling, and it is frustrating when it’s interrupted. When your dysregulated brain has your emotions all over the place it’s hard to feel joy from your fun personality. Imagine the satisfaction of having those creative and fun moments more often.
As the director of a therapeutic program or facility, you want the best outcome for your clients. You know that your students and families are being helped and you are aware there is another level of success for them. The problem is you are unsure of how to make the quantum leap from adequate to outstanding.
With a mixture of COVID and the holidays keeping us at home, it’s been an easy escape to run to alcohol for most of us. You may have formed some new habits that you aren’t loving to pass the time. If that’s the case, then it might be helpful to learn how this affects your sleep patterns. Many people are losing sleep and energy from drinking alcohol without even realizing it. Let’s take a look at how reducing alcohol levels and neurofeedback training can improve your sleeping habits.
It’s not too late to set goals for the New Year. Make your mental health a priority as you enter this year. We can all agree that 2020 did not go as we expected, but let’s take this year to tackle some goals that have been in the back of our mind. Here’s a list of ideas to get your brain thinking of some goals along with our own method to tackle these goals with neurofeedback training.
The holidays are going to look very different this year while being in a pandemic. A lot of us are going to have to stay home for the holidays to keep each other and family members safe from COVID. Many of us are fighting anxiety, depression, ADHD, and many other difficult mental health concerns. With the increasing time spent at home, a lot of anxiety and stress can come with this time, for either you or your kids. With the holidays coming up, it’s going to be so easy for you to gift SYMMETRY Neuro-Pathway training to the people in your life that you love.
The holiday season is full of joy and fun activities. More time spent with family and getting gifts can be so exciting. On the other hand, stress and anxiety might start to build up as holiday lists pile up and family time becomes overwhelming. This can build up and add tension in the family, which is exactly what we want to avoid! Here are some tips to decrease this anxiety with an explanation of neurofeedback training at the end.
This pandemic is a time of uncertainty for all of us. Many of our lives and our children that are students might look a lot different than they did before. Maybe you’re working virtually, while your children are still trying to complete virtual school. No matter what, there are a lot of new adjustments that come with this pandemic.
Understand the added value in the bio-psycho-social approach and qEEG Brain Mapping in order to create and customize the appropriate path to success. Independent Educational Consultants (IEC’s) gain confidence that their referrals to those therapeutic programs that offer qEEG brain mapping and neurofeedback will help better regulate a student’s brain, guide the program’s approach, and will help their clients gain maximum measurable results.