Memory

As we age, it is normal to experience a decline in memory capabilities for cognitive tasks. While the development of new neurons continues throughout our lives, blood flow and total volume in the brain begins to slowly decrease after reaching it’s maximum size in our early twenties. Although memory loss can be recognized as an expected or normal result of aging, problems with memory may also be induced by other physical and psychological conditions. Complications from anxiety, depression, malnutrition, medication side effects, or infection can elicit changes in lifestyle or leave one feeling insecure, sad, and isolated. Coping with these stressors can leave some individuals more confused or forgetful than usual. In such cases it is important to address and treat these underlying problems in order to improve the regression in memory.

Results with Connectivity Neurofeedback

Improved cognitive ability in the areas of:

  • Memory
  • Attention
  • Verbal Skills
  • Orientation

Improved mood and function by:

  • Decreasing anxiety
  • Decreasing depression
  • Improved affect

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Memory + Neurofeedback

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