— Neurocore (@neurocore) January 7, 2018
Neurocore has helped patients with ADHD and depression. They have overcome destructive behavior. This type of therapy is a natural and safe way to treat patients. Neurocore reports that 74% of their patients have decreased or stopped taking medication. The company doesn’t have any filed complaints with the better business bureau. The only possible side effect is skin irritation from the ten20 conductive paste. Neurocore does offer an alternative conductive paste to patients with sensitive skin.
A typical Neurocore session last 45 minutes. It’s held in a quiet comfortable room seated in a cubicle. The patient’s head and ears are connected to electrodes. They put on headphones and watch a movie. The patient is comfortable while their brain activity is being monitored. When the brain is in an unbalanced state the screen decreases. The screen change is signal to the brain that something is wrong. The biofeedback tells the brain to take a deep breath. This simple gesture leads the way to a chain reaction. Read more about Neurocore at glassdoor.com.
The patient receives an increase of oxygenated blood to the brain. The neurons released to the brain is increased. Endorphins are than released to the brain to calm it down. Incidentally the brain becomes relaxed and focused. The screen enlarges as a way to reward it for good behavior. The brain strives to always achieve the big screen. This type of training is effective to correct negative behavior.
Ms. Tiffany Pojeski told Fox17 that Neruocore therapy worked for her son. She looked to Neruocore to help her 8-year-old son to focus and sleep at night. Her son had frequent meltdowns when she asked him to complete tasks. One specific incident that spoke of involves him placing his socks in the hamper. He dropped to the floor and told him, mom, he couldn’t do it. He said that task was too hard. She gave him a sleeping pill every night so he could sleep. However, after 40 sessions Jackson was cured and of medication. Read more about Neurocore at muscletech.com.