The Center For Advanced Neurotherapy

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The Center For Advanced Neurotherapy is listed in the Alternative Medicine category in Walnut Creek, California. Displayed below are the social networks for The Center For Advanced Neurotherapy which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Twitter account and a Yelp review page. The activity and popularity of The Center For Advanced Neurotherapy on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

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31 Panoramic Way
Walnut Creek, CA 94595
(925) 906-0420
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http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2017/01/20/fresh-startts-helping-refugees-overcome-trauma-and-embrace-safety "They might have an inability to control emotion, easily scared, feeling really angry without knowing why, a really prevalent difficulty with sleeping and especially an ongoing feeling of fear. “After a while they go into a dissociative state and become numb and they can’t feel any emotions; it’s the brain’s way of protecting them from the stress of being alert all the time.” Ms Askovic said people in this state swing between periods of hypervigilance and a state of emotional and physical exhaustion and often present with the symptoms of deep depression. She said neurofeedback worked to retrain the brain to return to more natural circadian rhythms of arousal and relaxation, allowing people to relax in safe situations and to turn off their brains when they went to sleep."

"What we are trying to do, is give positive feedback for desired behavior, so when it's not desired behavior we're eliminating positive feedback," said Newnam. The training session continues over and over again to reprogram and retrain the brain. According to Newnam, the brain loves constant positive stimulation, which is why Neurofeedback works so well. "When we start to correct all these issue it improves your mood, it improves your ability to be stable it improves you to not be impulsive behaviors and sleep and motivation levels," said Newnam."
According to statistics from The National Sleep Foundation more than 30 percent of the population suffers from insomnia.

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On Sunday, California will mark the civil rights efforts and legal struggle of Fred Korematsu, who fought for the rights of Japanese Americans in the U.S. during World War II



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