Neurofeedback for Peak Performance

What is peak performance ?

You can train you brain like your other body organs. When you train your muscles, they become stronger and function better. The same rule applies on your brain. Neurofeedback for peak performance trains your brain to perform “in the zone” and have more concentration, better memory, and more control over your emotions.

Over the past three decades, interest in peak performance has increased among researchers, medical practitioners, athletes, business executives, and performers.

It has been proven that champion athletes that trained their brain, using Neurofeedback, have brainwaves in a healthy and prepared state. So, they have more control over their reactions, are able to keep calm and focused, have better response time, and can achieve deeper states of creativity, recovery, and satisfaction. The same results have been reported about microsurgical skills and musicians.

How Neurofeedback helps

With Neurofeedback training you learn how to use the full potential of your mind in order to:

  • Remain calm and focused under stress.
  • Control performance anxiety.
  • Improve your memory.
  • Improve your reaction time.
  • Sleep well and wakeup rested.
  • Improve your mental and physical energy.

In other words, efficiency and peak performance can be achieved by using the right brainwave at the right time for the right task. Neurofeedback trains you for this.

References

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Tomas Ros, Merrick J Moseley, Philip A Bloom, Larry Benjamin, Lesley A Parkinson, John H Gruzelier. Optimizing microsurgical skills with EEG neurofeedback. BMC Neuroscience 2009 [PubMed] [Ref.]

Markovska-Simoska Silvana, Pop-Jordanova Nada, Georgiev Dejan. SIMULTANEOUS EEG AND EMG BIOFEEDBACK FOR PEAK PERFORMANCE IN MUSICIANS. PubMed.org 2008 Jul;29(1):239-52 [PubMed]

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