Neuroshaping can be defined as the use of methods that have demonstrable and lasting impact on the brain (and the nervous system in general) with the purpose of increasing desired experiences, states or skills. These methods include low-tech approaches such as meditation and high-tech approaches such as biofeedback and neurofeedback. The focus in this blog is on technologies that have promise for creating the conditions for optimal attention, improved self-regulation and greater equanimity.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
Are you a neuronaut?
With a non-invasive procedure known as qEEG (quantitative electroencephlagram), your brain can be mapped in terms of the electrical power at numerous sites on your scalp and the connections between them. The results can be compared to norms and, using a symptom questionnaire, it can be determined what needs adjustment. Using computer displays and sound systems, you (more accurately, your brain) can be guided to greater balance and improved functionality.
Check out my new website: neuroshaping.com.
You too can be a neuronaut!