Tag: sleep

08/13: Brainwave Training and Lumosity

Last week we sponsored a booth at the Parkhill School District Benefits Fair. It was a great event and offered many people the chance to learn more about brainwave training and even try it out for themselves. Today, I want

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08/06: How a Bump on the Head Can Ruin It All

“But, how did my brainwaves get ‘out of whack’?, asked Meghan*, a new client and college student in her early 20s. Meghan had struggled with depression and anxiety throughout her childhood and teens, but found that it was worsening as

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07/23: How Will I Know It’s Working?

Sarah* called our office because a friend had referred her for training. She was amazed at all the changes her friend experienced, yet was still skeptical about the process. “What would you like to see different in your life?” I

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07/09: Making Time for What’s Important

Recently, I was speaking with a colleague about the brain training process. She was interested in trying it out, but was having some concerns about fitting it into her schedule. “You know,” said Carol*, “It would be a lot easier

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07/06: How Does It Know What to “Fix”?

One of the questions that I am often asked about brain training is this: How does the computer “know” what problems I need fixed? This is a great question, because the way our brain training systems work is a little

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