Neuroscience – Neurofeedback for Chemo Brain

I have Chemo Brain, what's your excuse?!Relief from chemo brain …“Neurofeedback, unlike compensatory strategies currently recommended by the National Cancer Institute and other major cancer centers, has the potential to restore cognitive function.”  see chemo brian symptoms from Mayo clinic

A study tested women who had been treated with chemo for breast cancer. NeurOptimal® neurofeedback, Zengar Institute’s, press release stated that the neurofeedback stabilized the cognitive degradation experienced during chemotherapy. Actually, it reversed the cognitive losses, post chemo

 

 

Colleague Jean Alvarez — a cancer survivor herself, — of the Lake Erie Brain Performance Institute, Cleveland, Ohio, who designed and conducted this study, has stated that it may not be just the chemo that causes the side effects. The effects may be caused by the cancer itself or by the body’s response to the cancer. And, because it may not be the chemo causing the cognitive losses, those treated with radiation but not chemotherapy may also benefit.   Read Jean’s testimony, click here   (scroll down at linked page)

In her study, 23 breast cancer survivors participated. They were all over the age of 40; experiencing cognitive losses following chemotherapy – losses such as difficulty with memory, word finding, and multi-tasking. Fatigue, sleep problems, depression and anxiety following chemotherapy are also common.

cognitive flexibility restored after chemotheropy with neurofeedback

The amount of time that had passed since their chemotherapy ranged from 6 months to 5 years. Each of the participants received two 33-minute training sessions per week for ten weeks.

Neurofeedback is simple and easy but it does require the degree of commitment of multiple sessions; 15 to 20 is recognized as a minimum to achieve a higher percentage of brain shifting results.  Read abstract synopsis of study, click here.

In order to measure the positive effects of neurofeedback on brain trauma and chemo brain or chemo fog brain, the researchers used a variety of inventories and questionnaires.

Improvements were seen in all of these areas, with the greatest icoping and calm after eliminating chemo brainmprovement seen in areas related to cognitive function: difficulty concentrating, trouble with making decisions, memory problems and difficulty solving problems.

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Zengar – The company behind NeurOptimal® neurofeedback.

NeurOptimal® Neruofeedback

NeurOptimal® is different in that it does not push and pull the brain waves in any one direction. Instead it is information given by way of auditory clicks and skips of music. It is as simple as that. I have personally logged many hours of NeurOptimal® Brain Training sessions and can attest to its ability to transform ones life.

 

As an LPGA Top 10 Player in the world and 18-year tour player, I was privileged to access cutting edge technologies to improve cognitive and physical peak performance for elite athletes.

Today I witness the same peak performance improvements for people with stuggles in their daily life. 

Referrals are the life line to my NeurOptimal® business.  I believe 100% that NeurOptimal® neurofeedback works. I have seen it over and over again. I want more people to know that there is help for chemo brain.

You and your colleagues see people every day that would benefit from this NeurOptimal® neurofeedback. I would like to earn your trust for ‘chemo brain’ referrals.

NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback is a 100% non-invasive, safe method for restoring clarity, confidence and wellness back into your life.

I personally have been working with NeurOptimal for the past eight years and I continue to consistently see in my clients positive cognitive change that restores their sense of wellbeing.