Are you currently renting a system from a Brain Training Australia Brain Trainer and looking for Technical Support? This article provides a step-by-step guide of how to access the NeurOptimal® Technical Support team, known as ZenConnect, during your rental.
Therapy options include Medication with anti-depressants, Psychotherapy or a combination of the above two. Well-being options include Neurofeedback Brain Training, approved by the FDA as a general wellness device…
You can check to make sure the sensors are working on your NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback system at any time by doing a zAmp test:1) Connect the zAmp to the tablet/laptop and connect the sensors to the zAmp (but do not apply the sensors to your scalp and ears). 2) Open the NeurOptimal® software and right-click or press and hold on the Tools icon in the VAULT. 3) Select zAmp Tests
A traumatic event or continuous exposure to stress or a stressful situation (i.e combat) is like putting petrol on a fire. It over activates your central nervous system & your brain forgets how to naturally self-regulate. Neurofeedback Brain Training is a game changer to help with your symptoms.
Your brain is the engine that drives your life. It controls how you think, what you think, when you think it, as well as influence how you feel and behave. If your brain isn’t functioning well, then you as a person, are not operating at your best…
Stress can serve us, and stress can harm us. Stress spikes during exams and deadlines actually assist our body and mind to stay alert, sharp and focused. The stressful thoughts surrounding possible failure can often be a key motivator to put in the hard yards of study and work –… Read more »
If you suffer from anxiety, you will know that you need a quick and easy to use strategy in your back pocket to help you in times of a spike in your anxiety. Breathing Techniques such as the 4-7-8 is a useful and really simple technique: it works quickly and… Read more »
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (also referred to as PTSD) is a disorder that can develop in those who have either been involved in or witnessed a traumatic event or situation. These can include distressing occurrences such as seeing someone die unexpectedly, witnessing an assault or being in a car accident. … Read more »
Question: You see a large venomous snake in your backyard. What is the appropriate response? If you answered ‘run away and hide,’ or something to that effect, your fear response is entirely appropriate in this situation. Here’s another question: You have an important job interview later today. How do you… Read more »