Period of depression can be expected particularly when a person faces tough personal issues, but if these negative perceptions and feelings continue for more than 2 months it can be a sign of a more prolonged and serious illness which should be treated. TMS is a medication-free, short-term therapy with long-term benefit, proven in 66% of cases to help people who do not respond to traditional management of these symptoms (Donse et al. 2017)
ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. A differentiation is made between ADHD with hyperactivity (ADHD) and without hyperactivity (ADD). Neurofeedback therapy can be a way to help ADHD or ADD, and is found beneficial in 75% of patient cases (Arns et al. 2012)
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a type of anxiety disorder characterised by obsessions (compulsive thoughts) as well as physical compulsions or urges to do certain things. OCD can be treated with personalised TMS. Improving sleep plays a big part in helping OCD symptoms.
Our motivation, energy, concentration, behaviour, memory, mood and ability to learn are all affected by lack of sleep. Sleep issues underlie a wide range of mental health problems and can cause or exacerbate symptoms in ADHD, depression, OCD, anxiety and general learning, behavioural or mood disorders. Personalised Neurofeedback therapy following proven protocols as set out by the neuroCare Group, can help people with sleep problems.
Stress disorders occur when an event or series of events exceeds the coping capacities of an individual. Stress disorders include acute stress response, adjustment disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and complex trauma disorder.
Fear is a vital emotion because it warns us of dangers at an early stage and urges us to be careful and avoid them. In the case of anxiety disorders, however, this warning system is disturbed, so that intense anxiety also develops in “danger-free” situations. The anxiety reaction is often accompanied by additional unpleasant physical symptoms
A persistent imbalance between one’s own abilities and external demands, coupled with a lack of recognition, can lead in the long term to the exhaustion of one’s own resources and to inability to perform. In some cases, the symptoms of burnout are similar to those of depression, such as persistent depression, exhaustion, feelings of failure, subjective overload, reduced performance.
With recent advances in diagnostic tools and methods we can now get to the underlying cause of the symptoms, behaviours and feelings you are expriencing.
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For people who do not respond to medications for their mental health, neuroCare’s therapy programs may offer a sustainable and viable treatment alternative using the latest in evidence-based neuromodulation therapies.
Practitioners and therapists trained by neuroCare are part of a growing and global network of researchers and professionals, part of a paradigm shift to deliver sustainable alternatives in mental health.
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