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Eight ways neurofeedback & Thinkfast Photobiomodulation can improve academic performances. 


1.Attention – Being a good student requires one to sit, listen and focus during lectures and classes. Neurofeedback improves the brain’s ability to maintain attention for longer periods of time which directly impacts how much information is absorbed in any given class session. Neurofeedback is particularly necessary for students who struggle with ADD or ADHD, as it minimizes distractions.  Consider a qeeg to know the status of the brains’s status.   

 2.Focus – Students often face heavy workloads and long study hours during the day.  Brain fog, mental blocks, anxiety occurs and can develop into depression over time for many.   Neurofeedback trains students to reduce anxiety and increase focus.  This improves their ability to focus, making it easier to comprehend & complete work with speed and accuracy.  This is called fluency or mastery .

3.Memory  Studying for certain subjects often requires a substantial amount of memorization for exams. Neurofeedback increases the connectivity to absorb, hold information for easier recall in times of need by increasing neuro networks and by synchronising them.  The ‘power’ of memory is provided by THINKFAST PHOTOBIOMODULATION simply because it charges the mitochondria and can pulse to the hz required 

4. Test Performance – This cannot be optial without attention, focus and memory.  Students who struggle with test taking needs neurofeedback helps students to reduce anxiety improve connectivity of frontal lobes.  One way to help students is frequent PTQs .  Practice test question.   This is your only way to benchmark where you are. 

Sleep Quality– Students need quality sleep.   The brain does not connect optimally when the brain is tired. This is especially important for a math exam.  Neurofeedback & Thinkfast Phorobiomodulation improves overall sleep quality.   If the brain is filled with hyper activity, good sleep will not be possible.   Overuse of screen time scrambles and increases hyperactivity in the brain.  This will lead to insomnia, anxiety, adhd and destabilize the whole brain.  

6. Anxiety Reduction –  ISF Neurofeedback effectively trains the autonomic nervous system, the ‘fight or flight mechanism to manage anxiety. When it comes to school performance, anxiety can be crippling, as stress builds up during the exam season. Training the brain to function calmly and effectively will reduce anxiety levels, setting a student up for success.  Focus cannot be achieved is anxiety is high.  This is similar for high performance athletes & people in management positions.

7. Mood Improvement – The spillover effect of stresses of life outside of school does not disappear.  Students who struggle with depression impacts directly on school performances. When brainwaves are calm, synchronised and trained to buffer stress, when an incident triggers the student, he or she will be more resilient towards depression.

8. Learning Disability Improvement – If your child or you struggle with a learning disability, school can be much more difficult with which to keep up. Certain tasks may take longer and may not register as easily. Neurofeedback works to reduce the symptoms of learning disabilities to ensure for better success. Each person has different, unique needs, which is why neurofeedback sessions begin with taking a quantitative EEQ brain map to pinpoint where in the brain these issues are initiating. The protocol for the neurofeedback sessions is then determined based on these individual needs.,  


 Research Articles:

  • EMG and EEG biofeedback training in the treatment of a 10-year-old boy. Tansey, M. A. (1991) Australian Journal of Psychology, 43(3), 147-153. Average 20 point improvement in IQ for 24 children.
  • Neurofeedback Combined with Metacognitive Strategies. Thompson & Thompson (1999) Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedbck, Dec; 23(4)243-63). Average 12 point improvement in IQ for 111 adults and children.

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