The pros at Neurocore believe the answer isn’t 5-Hour Energy or four cups of coffee. They believe the key is to think about two things: How to restore energy levels and how to use that energy.
A front page article in the New York Times draws attention to the issue of traditional medical treatments for ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), especially in school-aged children.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – 18 million American women suffer from migraine headaches according to the National Headache Foundation, and migraines affect women three times more often than men. Our Ask the Expert for Behavioral Health Doctor Timothy Royer from Neurocore shares how they can help. Medications may mask symptoms but not cure the problem. Getting a neurofeedback assessment can help answer questions and direct impactful care.
Most of us probably don’t get the amount of sleep we truly need, but it’s not too late to change that. Sleep is so important, especially for women. Our Ask the Expert for behavioral health expert is Doctor Timothy Royer from Neurocore. He shares important information about why sleep matters so much for good health and stronger brains.
As an aging star in a sport where youth is key, Ms. Walsh-Jennings is continually looking to get an edge over her younger competition. As a result, her training regimen not only includes physical training, but brain training as well. Ms. Walsh-Jennings uses neurofeedback to sharpen her mental game. She trains her brain twice every week. According to Walsh-Jennings, the neurofeedback training has helped her learn how to calm herself down during competition.