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Neurocore therapy claims to train the brain to behave differently. It uses biofeedback coupled with neurofeedback to do so. The sessions don’t include medication, surgery, or pain. The patient simply attends training in a quiet facility and watch a movie. The patient sits in a cubicle and puts on headphones. However, they are connected to electrodes with ten20 conductive paste. Some clients have complained about a skin rash from the paste. But they are assured that the paste is noncancerous and non-toxic. As an alternative, another less irritating paste is offered. According to the better business bureau, the company doesn’t have any complaints filed against it. Neurocore Reports that 74% of their patients get off their medication or decrease it. Read more at dialdish.com about Neurocore.
During Neurocore therapy the patient’s heart rate and respiration are charted. They are simply asked to watch the movie. Once the brain detects unbalanced behavior the screen gets small. The brain receives a signal to take a deep breath. This breath sends oxygen-rich blood to the brain. This increases the number of neurons that reach the brain. In return, the neurons release endorphins. The endorphins destress the brain and cause it to relax. The brain becomes energized and focused. The screen enlarges as a reward for good behavior. Once the brain is trained to balance itself the training is complete.
Ms. Tiffany Pojeski’s son Jackson received 40 Neurocore sessions. His mother brought him to the clinic because he couldn’t sleep. Jackson had to take a sleeping pill every night at bedtime. During the day, he was unable to focus on a small task. However, after treatment, he was able to complete a small task. He also fell asleep at night without a sleeping pill. Mr. Kirk Cousins, a former Michigan State football player, also used Neurocore therapy. He said his brain needed help to shut off. The sessions helped him to do just that. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.