Neuro-biophysical treatments are safe, non-invasive,effective methods for modifying symptoms of stress and regulating symptoms in Neuro-psychiatric disorders.
Prior to treatment EEG frequencies are monitored topically- to determine if the brain is excessive or deﬁcient, or to determine if there are problems in processing speed or coherence, or to find which parts of the brain are affected.
Assessment allows the treatment to be individualized and tailored to the patients needs.
Commonly, improvements are immediate, with successive treatments leading to positive changes where Neurofeedback is no longer recommended.
1) Neuro-biofeedback for Stress Management: (Standard and appropriate for most everyone)
Neuro-biofeedback modulation creates Sensory Resonance – A state where all the senses (except smell) are synchronized into one coherent experience. Neuro-modulation cause autonomic changes (ergotropic and trophotropic) such as lowering cortisol levels associated with Stress and increasing levels of Melatonin associated with Relaxation, this creates a state of Neuro-physiological Coherence.
Cortisol is reduced at an average of 46.47%; with many individuals experiencing decreases as much as 70-93 % in one treatment.
2) Neuro-biofeedback (NF) for Depression:
Significant anatomical and functional abnormalities are present in limbic circuits in major depressive disorder.
NF for depression activates the medial dorsal thalamus to the medial prefrontal cortex, reducing levels of depression.
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2D) Extraocular Transcranial Light Therapy (ETLT):
ETLT treatment can be demonstrated and successively recommended for continuation at home by the patient, for relieving Depression.
Extraocular Transcranial light therapy administered 8–12 min for 4–5 days per week during 4 weeks leads to a significant improvement of depressive symptoms and even remission in 10 out of 13 patients. (Markku Timonen et al., 2012 Oulu University Hospital, Finland).
2E) ETLT for Concussion and mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). ( Recommended Hypopituitary test, as TBI can be the cause of Hypopituitarism.)
Neuro-biofeedback can be facilitated for various goals. Improving CD4. For improving Growth Hormone levels and Anti-aging. For ADD/ADHD, Insomnia disorder. Sleep-dependent Memory processing in Alzheimer’s including for improvement in Declarative Memory and Memory Consolidation. Hypoglycemia, and for increasing endogenous Galactose providing energy for the brain.
3) Neuro-biofeedback for Synaptopathies:
For Synapticic dysfunction in neurological disorders such as developmental disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinsons.
Sleep oscillations involve the reactivation of learning-related neurons and regulate synaptic strength, thereby affecting memory consolidation.
Among soporific oscillations,(0.5-4 Hz) are closely associated with memory consolidation.
3A) Neuro-biofeedback for lowering pain levels, for Migraine and cluster Headaches.
3B) Neuro-biofeedback to assist in modifying estrogen’s tendency to stimulate cortisol-binding globulin; and cell growth – A critically important methodology in Prostate Enlargement and hormone related Cancers. Through inhibiting pubertal development through functional specific binding sites for 125I-labeled melatonin in benign prostate tissue, localized in the microsomal fraction of the glandular epithelium showing growth inhibitory effects and on the prostate.
3C) Neuro-biofeedback For Restoring REM: People with REM Sleep Disorders are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s and have a faster rate of cognitive decline than those who have healthy sleep habits. Rapid-eye-movement sleep behavior disorder (RBD) is not just a precursor but also a critical warning sign of neurodegeneration that can lead to brain disease.
3D) Neuro-biofeedback for promoting Neurogenesis: Sleep restoration for Alzheimer’s and Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus with related Dementia. Glymphatic circulation increases during sleep. Sleep-deprived patients has shown an increase in A-beta accumulation in the thalamus and hippocampus.
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3E) Neuro-biofeedback Pituitary Stimulation for Hypoprolactinemia. For increasing the production of prolactin. Hypo-prolactinemia is associated with ovarian dysfunction in women, including metabolic syndrome, anxiety symptoms, arteriogenic erectile dysfunction in premature ejaculation, oligozoospermia (low concentration of sperm in semen), asthenospermia (reduced sperm motility), hypofunction of seminal vesicles and hypoandrogenism in men.
3F) Neuro-biofeedback for providing cerebral regulatory function related attention in ADHD. NF counters the impact of the dominate brain frequency creating balance in the nervous system.
4) Vibroacoustic Stimulation : ( An Adjuvant Therapy)
Vibroacoustic stimulation is routinely administered with Neurofeedback Modulation. VAT stimulation is with low frequency sound waves to affect the whole body and brain; it assist in releasing physiological imprints of trauma stored in the body’s memory. Increasing blood flow,improving circulation, and elution of toxic substances from the brain.
4A) Vibroacoustic Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease:
Several studies have examined vibration as a potential therapeutic intervention for motor symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.
Haas et al found a highly significant improvement of 16.8% in the Unified Parkinson’s Disease Rating Scale (UPDRS) motor score (tremor and rigidity scores improved by 25% and 24% respectively).
4B) Holistic Chelation recommended for patients with Parkinson’s,for reducing Neurotoxins especially caused bu iron and mercury in patients with Parkinson’s Disease.
5) Energy Psychology: (An adjuvant Therapy) facilitated intermittently in a comprehensive treatment plan.
EMDR: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing may be incorporated into healing treatments for eliminating conflicting psychological data, such as negative thoughts and belief patterns, and triggers.
6) HEG Neurofeedback (NIR 660nm) for stimulating blood flow to the frontal and medial cortex improving cerebral blood oxygenation. The dorsal prefrontal cortex is especially interconnected with brain regions involved with attention, cognition and action, while the ventral prefrontal cortex interconnects with brain regions involved with emotion. Optimizing the brain’s physiological performance leads to improved mental and emotional functioning. NIR is combined with Top-down processing to train the brain where behavior is guided by intention.
Schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and ADHD, have been related to dysfunction of the prefrontal cortex, and thus photon stimulation to this area of the brain offers potential benefit of these conditions.
6A) Photon Directed Action (PDA) Treatment.
The transfer of light ( 660 nm) is transferred through a vial of homeopathic medicine to certain area’s of the brain for initiating healing, and for facilitating a greater electromagnetic conduction. For various conditions; autoimmune; elimination of infections, viruses, desensitizing allergies, and for detoxification of various area’s of the brain.
PDA works on the quantum physical properties of the body providing an electromagnetic signature of the homeopathic substance. Superficial Light penetration facilitates the transfer and stimulation of deeper physiological processes.
B) Micro-Current Neurofeedback:
7) Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) :
CES treatment is a non-invasive treatment modality delivered via electrodes to the ear. It induces changes in neurohormones and neurotransmitters that have been implicated in Neuropsychiatric disorders. CES stimulation is delivered at a very low 1 mA (milliampere) which has shown to reach the thalamic area at a radius of 13.30 mm. with substantial increases in beta endorphins, adrenocorticotrophic hormone, and serotonin; moderate increases in melatonin and norepinephrine, with unquantified increases in cholinesterase, gamma-aminobutyric acid, and dehydroepiandrosterone, and a moderate reductions in cortisol.
Beneficial for Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, and as an Electro-sleep therapy for Insomnia.
7A) Microcurrent Electrical Therapy (MET) with Infra Low Frequencies : For Reducing localized area’s of Pain. Such as neck pain, groin or hip pain, knee, elbows, fingers etc. MET is an
interferential treatment with the interception of two electrical paths at the origin of pain in the tissue. This is able to reach deeper levels for painfor reducing or eliminating pain.
8) Long-term Potentiation Therapy (LTP) : For Alzheimer’s disease (AD) / Dementia.
Long-term potentiation is a sustained enhancement of signaling between neurons.
Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is a form of neurotherapy that uses constant, low direct current delivered via electrodes to the head with a headband.
Transcranial direct current stimulation ( tDCS) Improves Synaptic activity through producing long-lasting increases in signal transmission between two neurons promoting Neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity is widely considered one of the major cellular mechanisms that underlies Learning and Memory.
9) Transcranial electrical stimulation (tES) and Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) is facilitated to treat a wide range of Neuropsychiatric conditions including Recovery after Stroke.
Holistic Medicine: IL-17 is also used as a target for anti-inflammatory therapies to improve recovery post-stroke. Including Progesterone as a neuroprotectant.
Tinnitus, Auditory Hallucinations, due to hyperactivity of the auditory cortex. Accordingly, cathodal tDCS is facilitated to decrease the electrical activity of this region.
tES and tDCS promotes significant decreases in endogenous glutamate and glutamine within the anterior cingulate, promoting decreased glutamate and glutamine in the thalamus, and with increased GABA in the anterior insula.
tES specific is not recommended for patients with infectious lesions of the central nervous system.
10) Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is an alternative to psychopharmacological treatment due to its local effects on brain activation.
11) Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation: (tVNS)
Provides Neuromodulation of cognitive NE, GABA and ACh.
Beneficial for decreasing the inflammatory cytokine response, such as exhibited in Rheumatoid Arthritis, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, Diabetes Mellitus, Fibromalgia, ME/CFS syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Lyme Disease, Gut motility and other various inflammatory disorders.
Beneficial in Neuropsychiatric disorders- Schizophrenia, by decreasing the amount of excitatory neurotransmitters.
Improves the ability to decode salient social cues, improves facial recognition, facilitates emotional and social regulation, reduces Depression, Insomnia, Tinnitus, Arrhythmia, chronic Migraine, also improving Post-operative Cognitive function. tVNS improves motor function, modulates Ghrelin/ improving Leptin levels in reducing food Cravings, improves Glucose control, has an Analgesic effect, and is beneficial in the management of Temporomandibular Joint Disorder TMJ.
tVNS holds the potential to not only relieve core symptoms of ASD, but also comorbidities of ASD.
The advances in the understanding of brain circuitry underlying Neuropsychiatric conditions have contributed to the development of advanced Non-Invasive Neurofeedback techniques for restoring balance leading to a clinical amelioration of symptoms.
Which Neurofeedback treatment is best for the individual is recommended for the patient and is best facilitated as a Treatment Plan.
When nutritionally addressing the pathology as a cause of a disease or disorder the addition of Neurofeedback can significantly contribute to patient comfort by promoting deeper levels of healing making a substantial difference.
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