1 in 8 American households have an adult with some level of memory loss. Fortunately, neurofeedback has a long history of helping people suffering from memory loss as well as other symptoms that memory loss may contribute to, such as stress or irritability.
Neuroscience has shown that our brains are capable of enormous change. It’s called neuroplasticity. Although we are all born with “hard wiring” – networks of neurons and connecting fibers – our brains are constantly being shaped by experience. Repeated experience results in increased connections among neurons and in greater strength in the existing connections. These small changes, frequently enough repeated, lead to changes in how our brains work.
Neurofeedback causes the patient to evoke thoughts that re-shape the brain’s hard-wiring and allow the brain to naturally heal itself with respect to memory loss.
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