At Neurocore Brain Performance Centers, researchers and neuroscientist have been busy sorting out the fact from the myths surrounding the disorder called depression.
One big myth is depression is just sadness. Although this is one symptom, there also feelings such as emptiness, lost, or no feelings, numbness. Some outwards symptoms can be restlessness and not being able to focus and an inability to sleep. The opposite is also true, fatigue, tiredness or sleepy all the time.
Many people are functioning with these symptoms, but it is a very distressing disorder that can lead to work and family issues. Reports from the World Health Organization state that it is a leading cause of disability with people, who are 15 to 44 years of age. Read more at dialdish.com about Neurocore.
Treatment now is available even for drastic cases. Traditional ways of treating depression were drugs possibly coupled with therapy, but there are alternatives today like neurofeedback therapy.
Depression can be stubborn, confusing, and certainly frustrating. Often depressed people will say, “It seems like nothing will ever feel good again.” This must be an immobilizing feeling.
Thankfully, depression is getting more attention, more exposure, and education. Education for both the person living with the disorder, and the families, friends, coworkers, and the interested public. These supporters may not fully understand but can, at least, get a better understanding on the subject.
At a Neurocore Brain Performance Center they are using technology to advance the treatment with biofeedback sessions that involve neurofeedback. These sessions take approximately 45 minutes. Neuroscientist have discovered this helps create neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to change.
Using other brain diagnostic tools, such as EEG or electroencephalogram technology Neurocore creates individualized non-invasive treatment programs. Some other diagnostic tools measure heart rate, monitor hearing and vision, and a behavior worksheet.
Neurocore continues to support treatment options while working to help provide education and exposure to share the facts and squelch the myths surrounding this disorder called depression. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.