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Infrared Light Stimulation – Can It Help Dementia?

11 Tue 2011
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The answer is “we don’t know”. But the Quietmind Foundation is trying to find out. They are currently looking for participants for their clinical trial looking at whether exposure to infrared light can help slow down or reduce the symptoms of degenerative brain disease. Why might it help? Because they are targeting the frontal...

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Have Chronic Pain?: Student Researcher Needs Your Help!

20 Thu 2010
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Daniel Gingras is a graduate student working with Dr. Paul Wong who is doing a follow-up study to his thesis on meaning and quality of life for living with chronic pain. This project is focusing on how the findings of Positive Psychology research apply...

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Neurofeedback and Chemo Brain Fog

22 Mon 2010
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Neurofeedback and Chemo Brain Fog

Catherine Boyer, a neurofeedback practitioner in New York City recently posted this article on her own blog New York Neurofeedback: Neurofeedback and Chemo Brain Fog. I wanted to share it with you since I have worked with women coming to neurofeedback after cancer treatment...

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Neurofeedback and Sleep

14 Thu 2010
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I just saw this video on neurofeedback and sleep created by another neurofeedback provider that uses the same system I do and had to share it!The Sleep Recovery Centers...

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Just For Fun: Design Using Your Brain Waves

14 Mon 2009
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It's been a while since my last post, but I wanted to quickly share this ...interesting? innovative?..."je ne sais quoi" article on two European designers who used their brain...

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Rogue Waves: The Ocean of the Brain

6 Fri 2009
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I originally published this article back in 2007, but I came across a great blog post from The Squiggle Sense that further talks about how rogue waves occur...

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