Neurocore therapy is used to treat mental conditions. The therapy doesn’t require medication and its non-invasive. However, it was founded by Dr. Tim Royer a former neuropsychologist. His discovery uses neurofeedback along with biofeedback. The treatment sessions are held in a quiet room. Each patient sits a private cubicle. The therapist place electrodes on the client’s ears and head. This allows the device to chart the patients breathing and heart rate. The results trigger a response to the breath to correct itself. Read more about Neurocore at muscletech.com.

For instance, a patient with an unbalanced brain activity is given biofeedback to breathe. Once the patient takes a deep breath it increases oxygenated blood to the brain. The increased blood flow triggers the increase of neurons in the brain. The neurons trigger the release of endorphins. This immediately calms and relaxes the brain to a normal state. The screen automatically enlarges as a reward. Incidentally, the screen decreases when the brain reaches an unfavorable state. Visit indeed.com to know more about Neurocore.

The cycle of getting the brain into a normal state continues throughout the session. The sessions are $2100.00 per 30 treatments. Each Neurocore session lasts 40 minutes. Neurocore doesn’t have any complaints filed against them in the better business bureau. The only possible side effect of the treatment is skin irritation. This may arise from the use of the ten20 conductive paste used on the electrodes. Neurocore does offer a conductive paste for patients with sensitive skin.

Neurocore patients rave about the success of its treatments. Ms. Tiffany Pojesk said Neurocore help her son focus and sleep. Her son Jackson had frequent meltdowns when asked to complete a simple task. She gave Jackson a melatonin pill every night to sleep. However, after 40 Neurocore sessions, he was able to focus and sleep. Ms. Denise Kooiker told Fox17 that her son is a Neurocore success story. Her son Landen couldn’t stop biting his nails. However, Laden stopped biting his nails even after 2 years of treatment.

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