Brain Power The human brain is one of the most fascinating and powerful structures on the planet. It receives input from our five senses, sends output to our organs and muscles, and with this information it constructs the subjective experience we know as life. Let’s take a closer look at each region of the brain
Setting the Scene Nothing feels more natural and fulfilling to us humans than creating a family. Imagine a beautiful baby boy being born to two healthy parents. Imagine being the parent of this baby boy, watching him grow from a tiny dependent infant to a curious developing toddler. For the purposes of this article, let’s
“Stress” is one of the most commonly known words in today’s modern, fast-paced society. We are warned of it, advised to manage it, and encouraged to spend our earnings to escape it. But few of us genuinely understand what exactly stress is, how it occurs in our bodies, and how it affects our biology overtime.
The Anxiety Epidemic Anxiety disorders are the most common psychological problem in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older, or 18% of the population. There are very few highly effective treatment options available today that are healthy, safe and have little to no side effects. But there is
Attention Deficit/Hyper-activity Disorder (ADHD) is a common problem for which families seek biofeedback therapy in CT. The form of biofeedback that has been most researched and used is called neurofeedback. Neurofeedback is an effective treatment for ADHD and has a forty-year history of application to these problems that inhibit focus and organizational ability. Prevalence of
These are from the MIT Center for Academic Excellence. The site can be found at: https://web.mit.edu/uaap/learning/study/breaks.html Tooling and Studying: Effective Breaks Even as an MIT student, you can’t study all the time. In fact, we learn better by switching gears frequently. Here are some tips for breaking up your study time effectively. Approach the same
Welcome to the new Litchfield Neurofeedback website. Formerly known as Sherman Hill Center, it was time for a name change now that I am no longer located in Woodbury, CT on Sherman Hill Road. Having moved my practice to Litchfield seven years ago next month, I thought it was about time to rename it more