Brain

The brain is responsible for our moods, thoughts, and cognitive abilities. Brain activity is measured in electrical pulses, which can tell us a lot about how it’s working.

When brain activity is measured in real-time, the brain can learn to regulate itself and function better.

To measure the brain’s electrical activity, EEG electrodes are placed on the scalp.

These electrodes measure the voltage fluctuations resulting from ionic current within the neurons of the brain. They can detect if your brainwaves are firing at optimal speeds.

As a result of these real-time measurements, different patterns of brainwaves can be seen, which can inform us about the mental state of the person.

For example, alpha waves (8-12 Hz) usually signify a relaxed state and will increase when you close your eyes and take deep breaths, and decrease when you open your eyes or with mental exertion.

Seeing brainwave activity in real time can help the brain learn to regulate itself better.

​In neurofeedback, the user is given a reward through visual/auditory stimuli based on the changes in the mental state, measured by EEG.

​For example, if training for relaxation, then whenever the mind is relaxed (i.e., alpha brainwaves intensify), a rewarding nature sound emerges, and when the mind loses that state, the rewarding sound disappears, thus notifying the mind in real-time that it needs to regain that state again.

​This is based on classical conditioning, and with continued training, the mind can learn to naturally shift to the desired state.

Seeing brainwave activity in real time can help the brain learn to regulate itself better.

​In neurofeedback, the user is given a reward through visual/auditory stimuli based on the changes in the mental state, measured by EEG.

These conditions often have a neurological cause: the person’s brain isn’t functioning as well as it should.  Neurofeedback treats these conditions by targeting different brainwaves and training the brain to change these patterns over time.

Research and clinical use have shown neurofeedback to be effective with ADHD, anxiety, addiction, PTSD, traumatic brain injuries, and more.

Neurofeedback has been used in clinics for over 30 years, however, the way it was administered didn’t change much, and that’s why Myndlift was created.

The result is the most convenient, reliable home neurofeedback system – Mind Body Myndlift 

This is effective for treating:

ADHD in Adults

PTSD

Performance Enhancement

Traumatic Brain Injury

ADHD in Adults

ADHD in Children

Anxiety

Depression

Addiction

Cognitive Enhancement