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    Types of Memory

    Here at NeuraPerformance Brain Center in Denver, we’re interested in all things brains — including memory! Memory can be affected in any number of brain injury, from a concussion to a more serious traumatic brain injury. Our brain center provides baseline concussion testing as well as help in concussion recovery using our Dynavision D2 Vision Training System. But in today’s blog, we’ll be …Read More

  2. What Is Biofeedback?

    Biofeedback and neurofeedback often get confused, which is why we’re using today’s blog to clarify the difference between the two! Broadly speaking, neurofeedback is a specific form of biofeedback focused on the central nervous system rather than other bodily systems. But, like anything related to science and health, it gets a lot more complicated.  Luckily, here at NeuraPerformance Brain Cen…Read More

  3. Can Neurofeedback Help My Depression And Anxiety?

    The short answer to whether or not neurofeedback and brain training can help your depression, anxiety, or other mood disorders is YES!  NeuraPerformance Brain Center in Denver is proud to help clients with mood disorders like depression, anxiety, and PTSD find relief. New research, like this study in published in the Journal Of Adult Development, show that neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback) offers a…Read More

  4. What Is Neurofeedback?

    The History Of Neurofeedback   1950s - Neurofeedback was first discovered in the late 1950s when Dr. Joe Kamiya, discovered people could learn to alter their brain activity through a reward system while studying consciousness. 1960s - Dr. Barry Sterman discovered that cats who previously went through SMR brain training were immune to the effects of toxic fumes emitted from lunar lander fuel. 1980…Read More

  5. Why You Should Make Brain Training Your New Year’s Resolution

    When one year winds to a close and another one begins, it is often a time for personal reflection and for new goals to be set. New year’s resolutions are a common tradition for many people as they approach a whole new year of life. If you are someone who enjoys setting new year’s resolutions, one resolution that should make your list is to invest in brain training at our center in Denver. Thro…Read More

  6. Living With Migraines? Here’s What You Need To Know

    When you suffer from constant headaches or migraines, life can be a challenge. It is difficult to carry on normal tasks and the pain can leave you incapable of taking on your daily work. If you suffer from crippling headaches or migraines, then you have probably sought help in many ways. For some, the go-to choice is over the counter drugs or perhaps even a prescription from a doctor. However, in …Read More

  7. Signs of a Concussion to Watch For

    A concussion can occur after the head is impacted, during a car accident, and after a fall, just to name a few. When the brain is suddenly jostled against the wall of the skull, it results in a concussion, which is another term for mild traumatic brain injury. While most often a concussion is not life-threatening, it is still not something to be taken lightly. In the event of a head injury, there …Read More

  8. What to Know About Concussions

    Years ago, if you got hit in the head when playing sports, there wasn’t as much information about the serious nature of concussions. An athlete might say they got their bell rung or their coach would tell them to shake off the cobwebs. In recent years, research has revealed a great deal of new knowledge about concussions and how they affect someone. Today, we’re going to take a look at some of…Read More

  9. Training Your Brain to Avoid Anxiety

    Stress is most commonly transferred into anxiety. This crippling diagnosis can change the way that people go about their day to day tasks, and while it can feel consuming at times, there are a few ways that you can train your brain to better process stressful situations and emotions.   Meditation One of the main reasons that the body experiences anxiety and depression is because of the high a…Read More

  10. Alternative Techniques for Working Through ADD, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety & More

    Finding alternative methods of caring for diagnoses like ADHD, depression, anxiety and more, is something that many people look for when trying to avoid medications. Though medications can provide some sort of relief and balance to individuals who have been diagnosed with the following, they aren’t the only option to turn to. Today’s blog is going to touch on a few of the techniques that you c…Read More