BrainGym – Neurofeedback LENS vs. Neurofeedback Tradicional.
What is IASIS Micro Current Neurofeedback?
Unlike a traditional neurofeedback device, IASIS Micro Current Neurofeedback (IASIS MCN) produces fast results in a limited number of sessions. The ease and simplicity of treatment all distinguish it from a traditional neurofeedback device. IASIS MCN is imperceptible to the client and requires no conscious effort.
Our experience shows that more than 85% of our clients observe a noticeable positive response in one to three sessions. Reported changes are generally enduring and sustainable.
Micro Current Neurofeedback Device is On The Cutting Edge
IASIS Micro Current Neurofeedback (MCN) can easily be integrated into your practice. The range of clinical disorders you work with expands, so will your practice.
MCN provides a non-invasive, non-pharmacological, fully-automated supportive pathway back to optimal brain performance for patients suffering from a range of health conditions, including addiction, chronic pain, cancer, autism and migraines.
Contact IASIS Technologies Corporation today at (951) 894-1045 and find out why MCN will work in your practice!
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Neurofeedback Tradicional: condiciona al cerebro a generar una cierta frecuencia.
LENS neurofeedback: hace lo opuesto del Neurofeedback tradicional, es descondicionar el cerebro, disrupcionar las formas predefinidas de procesar información.
Por la conección del cerebro con el sistema digestivo, si mejoras cómo funciona tu cerebro, puede ayudarte a mejorar la digestión, y lo mismo al revéz, si mejoras tu digestión, puedes ayudar a mejorar la forma cómo funciona tu cerebro.
En LENS Neurofeedback, lo que se hace es enviar una pequeña señal al cerebro, y esa señal genera un pequeña fluctuación en el cerebro, y le ayuda al cerebro a liberarse de patrones disfuncionales, le des-entrena al cerebro(el Neurofeedback tradicional entrena al cerebro, el LENS neurofeedback le descentra al cerebro donde está atorado).
Las sesiones son más cortas que las sesiones tradicionales, y son menos sesiones.
LENS Neurofeedback vs. Traditional Neurofeedback
LENS (low energy neurofeedback system).
The Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS) is a form of direct neurofeedback that allows the brain to reset itself for optimal performance.
In its most basic sense, LENS is training in self-regulation, a necessary part of optimal brain performance and function which allows the nervous system to function more adaptively.
The LENS is a specific kind of Neurofeedback that operates much more rapidly that traditional systems. Using a very low power electromagnetic field, like the ones that surround digital watches, the LENS facilitates tiny feedback stimulation which results in in brainwave changes.
The result in greater relaxation, sense of ease and improved emotional resilience. LENS neurofeedback is not diagnosis specific. It is not a treatment for any specific condition. It is a generalized process that optimizes brain function.
LENS Neurofeedback FAQ
What is LENS?
Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS) is a unique type of neurofeedback that nudges the brain out of maladaptive brainwave patterns it is stuck in, allowing it to restore homeostatis, to reset itself for optimal performance.
Who Can Benefit From LENS?
LENS is not diagnosis-based. We are treating a dysfunctional brain, one that is stuck in maladaptive brainwave patterns and the associated neurochemistry. LENS does not give one a new brain. It can only help optimize the one you have. It works best on patients who, at one point, were normal functioning in their lives, and then something (a singular episode, multiple or repeated exposures) happened to change them. Interestingly, it doesn’t seem to matter how long ago that was.
How Does LENS work?
While performing a standard 21-site EEG, sophisticated computer technology and software captures and analyzes brainwaves, and coverts them into an infinitesimal electromagnetic radio wave signal that is fed back to the brain for a fraction of a second. The signal interrupts dysfunctional brainwave patterns, allowing the brain to re-boot back to normal brainwave patterns and the associated
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LENS NEUROFEEDBACK in Tucson
LENS Neurofeedback therapy in Tucson is a proven technology that helps clear negative inner dialogue and widens perspective, allowing our intrinsic personality to emerge.
Top Conditions LENS has Been Shown Successful For
- Memory and Cognition Issues
- PTSD / Trauma
- TBI / Concussions
About LENS Neurofeedback
LENS is an FDA Approved Medical Device with over 400 LENS centers worldwide and over 25 years in development, LENS Neurofeedback has achieved success rates of over 90% and is supported by thousands of clinical studies for a myriad of different conditions.
Click here to read through clinical experiences from Fellow LENS practitioners.
Brain challenges tend to be rooted in “looping” patterns. Simply, when our brains loop, our thinking and functionality are restrained, and we can become fearful, anxious, fatigued and ill.
The brain can be thought of as “stuck” when the range of connectivity is compromised. Its activity is, in a sense, stuck and cut off from the rest of the brain and body.
Some people will notice an effect of this as ruminating. Their thoughts loop around, rather than progressing forward. This is a sign of compromised functioning, of being less functionally capable.
An extreme example of looping is obsessiveness.
«stuck-ness» plays out in moods, energy, and pain too
When cells are clustered and stuck in an altered state such as a bruise, they are not integrated with the whole system. (When circulation is poor, it can take a while for a black & blue mark to dissipate, especially in those areas farthest from the heart.)
We also see examples when the natural flow of nutrients in and waste out is disrupted and inflammation takes up residence, as pain and swelling, or we become ill from the stagnation. We see this from unwelcome toxins and microbes becoming stuck as well as stuck emotions and stagnant perceptions.
the feeling of true freedom comes from the liberation of loops, releasing of stagnant perceptions, neuropathways and patterns.
A Flexible Brain is a Calm and Happy Brain
If you grew up in the country and know what it’s like to be able to go outside and run seemingly forever without fences or cars to interrupt your glee, you’ve known the feeling of true freedom.
When our brains don’t have that kind of freedom, the ability to run freely and make necessary and new connections, they can’t function at their best. There are walls and dead ends like the mazes in children’s books, creating unrelenting boundaries that force a person’s functions into a tighter range, not unlike an angry dog chained up in a yard.
Humans, like our brain requires infinite space to grow, evolve and change. Society programs us to fit into a box that restrains and kills us slowly, over time.
So how about traditional neurofeedback?
Operant Conditioning (OC) is the standard form of neurofeedback; Treatment generally takes many months before any changes are noticed, and many more months before there’s “completion”.
While people notice some improvements in some functioning, something tends to remain out of reach – they don’t quite feel themselves. Depending on how perceptive they are, and what their brain was conditioned to do, they may experience a kind of haziness comparable to the fog of suppressive medications.
The haze comes from the process that quiets overactive parts of the brain. While the quieting may help with some functionality, it doesn’t address what causes the brain’s overactivity. Putting the lid on overactivity can create inner tension. (The image of an angry constrained bull waiting to come out of its pen, comes to mind – of course, that’s an extreme image, but the point remains.)
«Functionality» aside, the conditioning, the “corrections” if you will, are not generally integrated with the core of the person and it can leave people grappling with less than a full and meaningful sense of themself. Often times these people show up at my door because someone told them about the LENS, and more recently, the Chrysalis.
LENS Neurofeedback enables the brain to become liberated to do what it was designed to do. Treatment doesn’t involve or insist on any particular way of being or functioning. Instead, the feedback itself is based in real-time, enabling the person’s entire system to calm and step forth from its dysfunctional looping patterns.
For the client, it is a passive process.
An example of why a focus on functional physiology may not be the solution:
One cannot assume that because a brain’s area of speech, is not doing its job, that the fault lies in that physiologically defined area of the brain. Perhaps the connectivity to that area has been compromised and it only needs to be reestablished. Much like a traffic jam. The problem does not lie in the congestion itself, (other than our annoyance of it) but on what has caused the backup several miles ahead.
We all know how conditioned to repetition we can become. It becomes obvious when we arrive at a destination without remembering how we got there if we’ve only been subliminally involved with the drive itself. (Of course, we feel grateful to arrived without incident, given that we were lost in thought, but it is a bit disturbing none-the-less.)
Generally, when there’s an interruption in our looping, we experience it as a relief. When the noise in our heads quiets, people begin to feel more in touch with themselves. They can hear their own thoughts and notice what they feel. A sense of ease is experienced. Perhaps for the first time in their lives. The ease stretches from that inner being place and with it a newfound sense of the world around them. This leads people to function at a higher level and it continues to deepen.
«The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of true art and true science. Whoever does not know it and can no longer wonder, no longer marvel, is as good as dead, and his eyes are dimmed.»
– Albert Einstein
Who can benefit from LENS Neurofeedback?
LENS is remarkably effective, and over 85% of people who have used LENS have benefited significantly from it. Results can be seen quickly, often beginning within the first session, and are long lasting. LENS Neurofeedback is scientifically proven to work with many presenting issues, including:
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Sleep Issues
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Concussions
- Mood Issues
- Chronic Headaches/Migraines
- Chronic Stress
- Cognition and Clarity
- Performance Optimization
LENS is a special type of Neurofeedback that lifts suppression in the brain. Suppression of brain waves which causes Central Nervous (CNS) issues. By giving the brain a chance to lift suppression of the brain waves it allows the brain to “reboot” or “reorganize” itself which causes the brain to function more optimally and be more flexible.