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Mental Health Awareness

Mental health is for everyone. And mental health awareness is vital for our overall health. In a fast-paced, ever-changing world, looking after our mental health is one of the most important ways for us to stay healthy and happy. However, finding help can be challenging, especially if we might not […]

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Back-to-Work Nerves

Neurofeedback is a non-pharmacological solution to ease back-to-work nerves so that you can walk into the office as your most confident self. Going back to work, much like school, can bring about a mosaic of complicated feelings. You may be about to take off in a new role, new job, […]

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Neurofeedback & CBD

Neurofeedback and CBD are two well-studied solutions for improving mental and cognitive conditions. When the two are paired, they can help reinforce the brainwaves’ chemistry and function, while also fortifying your brain’s ability to deter any future spells of anxiety, depression, memory lapses, and many other complex neurological conditions. While […]

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Dealing With Back-to-School Anxiety

Neurofeedback is a non-invasive process where electrical activity within your brain is monitored and ideal brain waves are positively reinforced by various visual and auditory stimuli. Through individualized treatment plans known as protocols, Erin Badour, B.A., BSC., M.S., CCC-SLP, BCN, and her team of neurofeedback experts have helped countless patients […]

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Brighten Up Your Brain With Neuroreguvenation!

What Is Neuroregeneration? Neurorejuvenation is a part of an interdisciplinary series of neurofeedback training protocols designed to enhance and develop cognitive skills. The neurorejuvenation protocols at NeuroZone offer cognitive compensation strategies to help preserve your mental acuity, independence, and autonomy for longer. Simply put, it is state-of-the-art mental health and […]

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Protests and Police Violence-Related Anxiety

A recent study analyzed the mental health of young men in New York City in relation to their contact with police during stop and frisk procedures. Besides detailing the anxiety and even instances of PTSD that these young men experienced, this study proved that “police–community relations and local public health […]

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What It’s Like Living with ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a condition where a person shows involuntary signs of inattentiveness, hyperactivity, and/or impulsivity. Although all three of these may be present, all three are not necessarily required for a person to be diagnosed with ADHD.[1] Through medicinal and non-medicinal treatments, a person with ADHD […]

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Forest Fires: Loss and Longing in California

Climate change is a daily reality, but nowhere is that reality more viscerally experienced than at the point of disaster. The California wildfires that are engulfing 2020 damage more than just property; they also destroy lives. We feel for everyone affected by the Bobcat Fire, August Complex Fire, Creek Fire, […]

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Video Game Addiction and Depression

Video game related depression is a complex topic which invites a diverse range of opinions. With parents juggling the time management demands of distance learning and decreased schooltime, many families find their children with more time to spend on video games, whether on the smartphone or a game system. Conversations, […]

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