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 Neuroptimal neurofeedback kids
Neuroptimal neurofeedback adults

Neurofeedback, with roots tracing back to the 1960s and Berry Stanman's NASA research, has a rich history. The initial use of EEG dates even further, around 1900. Following Stermann's studies, researchers explored ways to enhance brain elasticity by guiding the brain to adjust its function at different wavelengths. Early attempts faced challenges due to simplistic assumptions, leading to varied reactions. However, after six decades of research, the culmination is the Dynamic Neurofeedback® method, representing the pinnacle of neurofeedback evolution.

The advent of Microsoft's personal computer, coupled with an enhanced understanding of brain function, gave rise to a non-linear approach teetering on the edge of order and chaos. This innovative method empowers your brain to autonomously decide what suits it best. Unlike traditional coaching, no external force imposes decisions; it's your brain taking charge. The human brain stands as the most sophisticated computer known, and over the past 25-30 years, we've endeavored to unravel its complexities.

Dynamic Neurofeedback®, a revolutionary approach, represents a departure from linear methods. Unlike conventional neurofeedback that employs a more directed approach, the dynamic method operates within the realms of complexity. This cutting-edge technique recognizes the intricate dynamics of brain function, allowing for a personalized, self-regulating experience. Sessions with Dynamic Neurofeedback® at RigaBrain® transcend symptoms and diagnoses, focusing on enhancing the self-regulation of brain activity. Participants often report improved cognitive flexibility, resilience, and a fluidity of thought, marking a paradigm shift in neurofeedback methodologies.

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