NeurOptimal: Dynamical Neurofeedback®
NeurOptimal® as a non-linear dynamical neurofeedback* training system follows a revolutionary approach: brain waves are precisely evaluated and important events are returned to the brain / nervous system almost in real time. A unique error correction reduces electromagnetic influences from the environment. The brain has the ability to correct itself when it receives the right information. After several sessions, ineffective behaviors are reduced and free resources emerge.
Neurofeedback training with NeurOptimal® improves resilience and leads to a re-normalization of the function of the brain.
Neurofeedback training has a positive effect on stress-related complaints, sleep, anxiety, concentration, self-confidence, emotional state and performance in sport.
Valdean Brown on how NeurOptimal® works:
“Interruptions in the audiovisual streams are generated by the software detecting acute changes of emergent variability in the electrical activity of the brain: i.e., flutter, similar to the flutter of a humming bird as it changes position. Flutter precedes a change in the phase state in all non-linear dynamic systems and the brain is a non-linear, dynamical system that is self-organizing based on information value.
Flutter in the energy flow of such a system indicates a change in the value of information of that system, both with respect to its external environment, but also with respect to its internal environment.
The interruptions produced by NeurOptimal(r) can provide a trigger for the “Orienting Response" in the brain. This is due to the variation of the value of the information that has been received by the brain to that time.
The “Orienting Response” prompts the brain to “Return To Present” and perceive what is really happening both inside and outside so that it can make a decision on what to do next: that is, how to self-organize and continue to change state or to release the potential phase-state change that was announced by the interrupt, thereby, returning to the state just preceding the flutter.
If this response to the potential phase-state change leads to a decrease in overall discomfort to the brain, it will continue to use that comprehensive behavioral repertoire."
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Neurofeedback therapy is a form of brain training that has been shown to be effective in the treatment of a variety of psychiatric and neurological disorders. It involves the use of EEG (electroencephalogram) technology to monitor and provide real-time feedback on the brain's electrical activity. Neurofeedback therapy has been used to treat conditions such as ADHD, anxiety, depression, and chronic pain, and has shown promising results in improving cognitive function and attention.
Studies have shown that neurofeedback therapy may be effective in reducing symptoms of trauma-related disorders, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). By training individuals to regulate their own brain activity, neurofeedback therapy can help to reduce symptoms such as hyperarousal and improve emotional regulation. Neurofeedback therapy holds great potential as a complementary therapy in the treatment of trauma-related disorders.