Dr. Tim Royer, former neuropsychologist discovered a remarkable way to treat mental conditions. He founded Neurocore Therapy to treat patients without medicine. Neurocore uses both biofeedback and neurofeedback to treat patients.
What is Neurocore Therapy?
This treatment is done in a quiet room with a partition. The client is instructed to sit in front of a screen and watch a movie. The patient is connected to electrodes attached to the ears and head. The headphone is placed on the patient’s ears. Follow Neurocore on Twitter.
How Does Neurocore Therapy Work?
The patients breathing and heart rate are monitored and used as the bases of therapy. If the patient brain is in an unbalanced state the technology sends signals to the brain to deep breathe. This causes a chain reaction for more blood and oxygen to get to the brain.
Oxygenated Blood to the Brain
This supply causes an increase of neurons to the brain. Epinephrine is than released to the brain. The brain relaxes and is able to focus. This relaxed state is considered a balanced brain. The screen is enlarged as a reward. Visit indeed.com to know more about Neurocore.
On the other hand, when the brain is not balanced the patient’s screen is decreased. The brain gets a signal to breathe deeply to increase the oxygen and blood supply. The cycle of getting the brain back to a balanced state begins again. After several sessions of treatment, the brain begins to correct its own balance without technology.
What Are Patients Saying?
Ms. Tiffany Pojeski, mother of Jackson told Fox17 that Neurocore works. Her son Jackson was unable to focus and sleep at night. She said it was as if his brain wouldn’t shut off at night so he could sleep. Needless to say, she gave him a sleeping pill to sleep at night.
Jackson participated in 40 sessions of Neurocore treatments. His mother was pleased with his miraculous recovery. Jackson was able to complete tasks with ease and sleep at night. Denise Kooiker told Fox17 that her son Landon used Neurocore treatments. He stopped biting his nails after nearly 2 years of treatment.