Neurofeedback Treatment for Memory & Cognitive Impairment

Combating memory problems or cognitive decline with neurofeedback

Modern medical advances have led to increases in life expectancy over the past century. Even during normal cognitive aging, people show a decline in working memory, attention, and physical balance. If the side effects of healthy aging were not difficult enough to manage, mental illness (including anxiety and depression) are widespread among the senior population. Neurofeedback is proven effective in treating many of these common conditions, improving an individual’s independence and quality of life.

Neurofeedback & Cognitive Impairment

Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) is the stage between normal cognitive decline, which is associated with healthy aging, and cognitive disorders. Researchers have found MCI and the corresponding brainwave abnormalities to be a consistent indicator of the development of dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. By correcting the brainwaves associated with impaired functioning, researchers have been able to lessen the symptom severity with regards to:

  • impaired judgment
  • memory loss
  • poor motor coordination
  • confusion
  • aphasia
  • depression

How can neurofeedback help treat memory loss?

Using a noninvasive qEEG brain scan we measure your brain activity at 20 different brain locations. From there, MyBrainDR analyzes your brainwaves to identify which locations need to be re-balanced. A unique protocol and treatment plan are determined to best help improve your brain’s efficiency and memory.

Do you have a family history of memory impairment?

Do memory problems, Alzheimer’s, or dementia run in your family? Help prevent much of this cognitive decline before it happens to you. Using neurofeedback your brain creates new neural pathways, resulting in healthy brain functionality. This in turn, will help you live a full life without being a burden to your loved ones!

How do you know if this can help me or my loved one?

The first step is always a FREE Evaluation. During this one-on-one consultation, we will discuss your unique health history, current treatments, and if neurofeedback could be an effective treatment for you. No obligation. Call us at (919) 721-4800 or select the ‘FREE Evaluation’ button to schedule your FREE Evaluation today!