Uncovering optimal brain function.

QEEG brain mapping is a non-invasive test that evaluates brain waves to identify optimal and sub-optimal brain function based off each employee’s unique patterns of activity.

A deeper look at brain waves

Too little

Anxiety, stress, or insomnia

Optimal

A relaxed and alert state of mind. Useful for creative activities and problem solving.

Too much

Lethargy and lack of focus

Too little

Anxiety, stress, or insomnia

Optimal

A relaxed and alert state of mind. Useful for creative activities and problem solving.

Too much

Lethargy and lack of focus

Too little

Depression, fatigue, and poor concentration

Optimal

Improved concentration, focus, and problem-solving

Too much

Anxiety, stress, and a hyperactive mind

Too little

Poor memory, learning diffculties, and ADHD-like symptoms

Optimal

Relaxed and meditative state of mind, useful for creative activities and problem-solving

Too much

Daydreaming, distractibility, and poor focus

Too little

Poor sleep quality, insomnia, and fatigue

Optimal

Restful sleep and optimal overall brain health

Too much

Confusion, disorientation, lack of motivation

Too little

Poor cognitive function, memory problems, and learning difficulties

Optimal

High-level cognitive processing, problem-solving, and creativity

Too much

Hyperactivity, anxiety, and an overactive mind

Using the employee’s brain map, personalized neurofeedback protocols are developed to improve their specific opportunities.
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An Overview of the 5 Types of Brainwaves

How Do Brain Maps and Neurofeedback Work?

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