Neurocore Brain Performance Centers is a Biotechnological company that provides brain-based analysis, and training programs aimed to help children and adults develop the ability to maintain concentration, sleep, and master stress.
In a News Release by the International Society for Neurofeedback & Research (ISNR), it was revealed, through results of a Scientific Paper, that the training program that focused on combined Neurofeedback and Heart Rate Variability (HRV) may offer a useful medical approach toward alleviating anxiety and depression in children and adults. As per the report, the treatment is robust and non-pharmaceutical and will transform the means through which anxiety and depression treatments are undertaken.
Neurofeedback is a non-invasive procedure that offers the brain information about its own activity, detected by the qEEG devices and relay the message to the brain through visual and auditory signals. As the paper describes it, “Based on this methodology, various learning principles and practitioner guidelines, changes in the brain functionality can occur, and are linked to the positive changes of the physical, mental and emotional state.”
“Concerning Neurocore diagnostic procedures and treatment, the study reveals that the company’s HRV systems are viable to the training programs at the center, and is an alternative option for clients suffering from depression and anxiety,” remarked Neurocore’s CEO, Mark Morrison.
About Neurocore Brain Performance Centers
Founded in 2004, Neurocore has been driven by one philosophy: Your brain is not so hard; it can change. The staffs at the company take it as an unspoken mandate, to offer you training toward gaining full control over your brain to enable you to achieve highly.
The company has invested in high-tech systems to address mental symptoms through brain diagnostic procedures, and customized programs. Comprehensive brain assessments involve analysis of the brainwave through qEEG technology, pulse rate, and breathing patterns to understand what’s happening in your brain
To engage most of the clients with helpful insights regarding proper mental health practices, Neurocore maintains a considerable number of followers in social media, particularly Facebook and LinkedIn, where it shares, discusses and offers tips to enable one live a stress-free life, both at work and at home.
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