brg_admin | Aug 1, 2020 | 0
What is Brain Training? And can it really transform lives & families?
Are you tired of being tired, worry that you can’t focus or are concerned that your child is having difficulty learning and coping? NeurOptimal® brain training offers a gentle, non-invasive and side-effect free way to address these and other mental concerns.
We regularly hear from our clients that training has helped them sleep better, learn better and relieve symptoms of depression, anxiety, ADHD and neurodegenerative conditions. A major reason why we opened Peak Training Center is the positive effect it has on families. When a family trains together, everyone experiences improvements in sleep, stress, focus and the entire family dynamic changes. Everyone gets along better and feels a renewed sense of connection. “I feel less reactive” and “my child is doing so much better in math” and “my child’s therapist noticed a big change” is something we are used to hearing and it is what gives us passion about providing our service.
Here is how it works: while you relax and listen to music, NeurOptimal® “listens” to your brain via EEG sensors and when the software detects an anomaly in your brain wave pattern, it sends an audible signal that encourages the brain to self-correct.
NeurOptimal® makes the brain more “fit” by teaching it to return to the present moment rather than fall into less productive patterns of function. Each training session lasts 33 minutes, and over the course of 10-20 sessions, most users report positive results. Because NeurOptimal® is fully automated, you can use it in your home, on your own schedule. Or you can let us do the work and train at our office. Brain training teaches your brain to self-regulate to help you cope with stress, manage emotions and is absolutely crucial for learning. Contact us at Peak Training Center for a free consultation. Ask us about our specials!
For more information, contact Andrea or Jessica at 503 420 7580. Peak Training is located at 10700 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Highway, www.peaktrainingcenters.com.