Neurocore has based its root as deep and as far as the study of Neuroscience began. The programs they use and protocols they follow to facilitate most of their activities, like any other scientific research institute, is based on the findings and research of their respective founding fathers. The 18 century witnessed remarkable and significant inputs to the study and understanding of the human brain. Alessandro Volta and Luigi Galvani, considered as the forefathers of modern bioelectric and electrophysiology, we’re two Italian scientists who laid the foundation for Neuroscience. In his frog experiments, Galvani realized that the brain used electrical impulses to communicate with the rest of the body, well in his case, the frog’s legs. His experiments and research were proven by Volta in 1800. This was what we understand today as electroencephalogram, EEG. See more information about Neurocore at Linkedin.com.
Neurocore and EEG.
Electroencephalogram uses small non-invasive technology, electrodes, to study the brain by detecting electrical activity within it. The test is usually done by placing small electrical disks about the scalp and detecting brain activity, usually electrical impulses since that’s what the brain communicates with. One of the earlier applications of EEG was detecting or diagnostic tests for epilepsy. In Neurocore, EEG is used, together with qEEG (quantitative electroencephalogram), to study analysis and sometimes detect injury or damages in the brain. Neurocore uses its findings to help reduce sleep disorders, improve or enhance mental acuity and, reduce and manage stress amongst children five years and above and adults.
Other programs that are utilized by Neurocore to understand and possibly treat the human brain including but not limited to neurofeedback, Heart rate variability training (HRV), autonomic nervous system disorders and regulations (ANSDR), and attention tests. Neurocore combines most of this fields to come up with the best way forward for their patients. It combines neurofeedback and HRV to help their patients strength the mind and body connection. A state that allows the body and the mind become one through combining regulated breathing patterns and with the subconscious brain retraining. It also uses neurofeedback and neurotherapy to study and provide a remedy for ADHD. This disorder causes, among other symptoms, sleep disorders, issues to do with vision, anxiety and learning disabilities. With Neurotherapy, Neurocore has been able to successfully reduce the effect and symptoms of the disorder in their patients. Follow Neurocore on Twitter.