Brain Map is an essential tool for people who suffer from:
Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Insomnia, and many other brain related issues
What’s a Brain Map /QEEG:
A Brain Map (also called a QEEG) is an assessment tool designed to objectively and scientifically evaluate a person’s brainwave patterns. The procedure consists of placing a snug cap on the head. Embedded within the cap are 19 small sensors that are designed to measure and record electrical activity (or brainwaves) coming from the brain. It is important to note that these sensors do not put any electrical current into the brain– they simply record signals coming from the brain.
Brain Map/QEEG Report:
The brainwave data recorded with the QEEG is statistically compared to a sophisticated and large normative database (university of UCLA, South Carolina, Utah, and Tennessee – over 300,000 people) to generate a report. This assessment procedure allows the doctor to determine, in an scientifically objective manner, whether a client’s brainwave patterns are different from normal. The QEEG assessment provides the doctor with the brain training protocols that will be used during the brain training sessions. These protocols are designed to retrain the brainwave patterns toward normal. As the brainwave patterns normalize, the brain is able to operate more optimally and efficiently.