Stressed. Overwhelmed. Exhausted.
Whether you are a busy professional, small business owner, or caregiver these words undoubtedly can describe the experience of many of today’s adults. While it is normal to feel this way once in awhile, problems arise when these experiences become the norm.
All experiences ultimately arise from our own brains.
The situations that occur in our lives are all the result of how we think, how we feel, and what we choose to do. Unfortunately, when our brainwave activity is out of balance, our experience becomes unbalanced. We may feel that we have no control over our temper. It appears as though people or situations have the power to provoke us. We may not feel like exercising or cooking healthy food because we are too tired after a long day of work. We experience sleepless nights because we can’t “turn off” the worry and anxiety that plague us.
Trauma and Stress Can Negatively Affect Brain Function
Over time, both small and large traumas can change how our brains process information. These changes impact how respond to the outside world. Trauma disrupts the flow of electrical activity in the brain. This disruption interferes with how well the different lobes in the brain communicate with each other. The result can be a multitude of negative physical and mental experiences.
You Can Change Your Entire Life by Changing Your Brain
Your brain wants to feel better. It wants to operate smoothly. It wants to give you a positive experience in your life. Brainwave training can help. Our Brain Spa sessions give your brain information about itself that it cannot receive from anywhere else. This information allows your brain to recalibrate itself and return to its natural state of optimum function.
When your brain is working properly, things become easier. Your brain is ready to accurately receive information from the environment and respond in the healthiest way possible. Solutions to problems appear. Opportunities arise. Sleep comes easily and naturally. Happiness, positivity, and compassion become the dominant experience.