Brain mapping is a process that allows us to see your brain waves in real time, as shown above.
It can help to identify very clearly the irregular brainwaves. More simply put, it can help show the imbalances in the brain.
When the brain waves become balanced, your quality of life improves.
Once we have collected the raw data from your brain mapping session, the results are sent for analysis.
The results are provided in a report, as shown above.
Our technician or clinician will then review the report and summarize the findings during your mapping review.
The mapping review is done through a video conference call.
Should the brain mapping session find imbalanced areas of the brain, brain training is the next step.
You will wear an EEG cap, similar to the one shown above, with 19 sensors, while you watch a movie.
Your five senses take in the information from the movie and the environment, a process known as biofeedback.
Your senses communicate this information with the brain, which then transmits the brains response to the cap. This real time reading of the brain's response is known as Neurofeedback.
When the cap tells the computer the brain is deviating from the normal response the computer works to train the brain to go back to normal. This is done by playing music and a dimmer which is taken in through your visual and audio senses.
Simply put, the cap is like the gym and the computer is like the personal trainer. Together they work to re-train your brain to respond in a balanced and healthy manner.