January 18, 2018 · Depression

Dr. Tim Royer, a former neuropsychologist founded Neurocore therapy. The therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses biofeedback and neurofeedback. However, 74% of Neurocore therapy patients have decreased or eliminated their medication. The company doesn’t have any complaints filed against in the better business bureau. The only possible side effect is skin irritation from ten20 paste. Incidentally, the company offers an alternative cream for patients with sensitive skin. The sessions are held in a quiet room. The patient sits inside a cubicle and is connected to electrodes. The electrodes are attached to the ears and head. The patient simply watches a video and the device does the rest. Read more about Neurocore at glassdoor.com.

Neurocore therapy uses biofeedback mixed with neurofeedback. The patient’s heartbeat and breathing are monitored by the electrodes. Their brain activity is charted by the device. However, when the brain becomes unbalanced the device sends a message to breathe. A deep breath sends oxygenated blood to the brain. This causes the neurons to increase in the brain. The neurons release endorphins to the brain. The brain becomes relaxed and distressed. The screen enlarges as a reward for positive brain activity. If the brain gets back into an unbalanced state the device tells the patient to deep breathe. The screen shrinks as a way of alerting the brain that something is wrong.

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Tiffany Pojeski tells Fox17 that her son’s life took a 180-degree turn. Her son Jackson lost his ability to focus and complete the simplest tasks. For instance, Ms. Pojeski asked Jackson to put his socks in the hamper and he couldn’t do it. Ms. Pojeski said Jackson acted as if his brain wouldn’t shut off long enough for him to sleep. Jackson miraculously recovered after taking 40 Neurocore sessions. He was able to do what his mother asked without having a meltdown. Jackson was also able to sleep without medication. Read more about Neurocore at muscletech.com.

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