Fibromyalgia Questions Comments & Brain

Fibromyalgia Questions, Comments and the Brain

Fibromyalgia Questions, Comments and the Brain Many experts believe that fibromyalgia is less a disease than an abnormal body response to stress. Areas of the brain responding to stress react differently in fibromyalgia patients than in healthy people. There is decreased activity in the opiod receptors, which may be why there is often accompanying depression and poor…

Fibromyalgia Information Neurofeedback

Fibromyalgia Information (Part 1)

Fibromyalgia Information: Part 1 Fibromyalgia, a complex and often confusing disorder, does not immediately come to mind when thinking about electrostimulation of the brain. However, in our experience using Clarity Direct Neurofeedback, we have had unexpectedly positive results in at least half our patients. Fatigue lessened, “foggy” brains cleared up, depression and anxiety resolved, sleep…

Misunderstanding Adult ADHD

Misunderstanding Adult ADHD

Misunderstanding Adult ADHD—It’s Not Just for Kids Anymore Some of what I write about concerning adult ADHD comes from an article in Psychiatric Times. “Adult ADHD: A Review of the Clinical Presentation, Challenges, and Treatment Option” by Jennifer Reinhold, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP. We typically think of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as a childhood problem, and…

NFL Concussion Neurofeedback

NFL Concussions: Debating Football’s Future

NFL Concussions Protocol The video below shows some of the conflicted views and emotions on the topic of football and concussions. The excitement, the sadness, the beauty of brutality, and the indignation of those who say the players know what they’re getting into. One emotion not mentioned is the universal fear of all the players,…

Concussion Myths & Facts

Concussion Myths and Facts

Concussions—Myths and Facts By David Dubin, M.D. Our appreciation of concussions has come quite a long way in recent years. Some of the old “truisms” associated with concussions are now understood to be misleading and at times are outright false. Below are some of the common concussion myths and the associated facts. Further research will…