neuroConn plays leading role in research project to develop a new treatment method for people with ADHD.
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If you’ve spoken with your doctor about protecting your heart health, you likely received advice about eating well and starting an exercise routine. But a recent study suggests there’s another way to help: get a good night’s sleep.
neuroCare in The Netherlands is pleased to invite the public to their upcoming open house event at the a new location in Eindhoven, Wednesday 6 February 2019.
Dr Sanil Rege, Consultant Psychiatrist and Founder of Psych Scene and Psych Scene Hub speaks to Dr Martijn Arns, Chief Scientific Adviser, neuroCare Group; Founding Director & Senior Researcher at Research Institute Brainclinics.
When administered correctly Neurofeedback is an evidence-based and medication-free brain-training technique which helps people of all ages with ADHD
Sleep issues are often overlooked when it comes to trying to help a patient overcome mental illness. In this article, we explain the logic behind addressing sleep concurrent with treating a Depression, Anxiety, OCD or ADHD.
A report in the Lancet Commission points to failures in each country not doing enough to respond to global rise mental health disorders.
On World Mental Health Day neuroCare shares the latest innovations changing the way we treat and diagnose mental health
neuroCare's Training Programs in EEG Biofeedback and neurostimulation techniques are gaining increasing interest from mental health professionals in Australia with more workshops to be held at the Australian training centre and head office in Sydney
Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) funded research project: Combining EEG measurement, audio signal processing and tACS of the auditory cortex to make hearing considerably easier.
A third of Australians experience jet lag-like symptoms associated with using tablets and laptops in the hour before they go to bed, a new study has found. By Anna Patty, Sydney Morning Herald
Just one night of disturbed sleep can leave us feeling cranky, flat, worried, or sad the next day. So it’s no surprise sleeping problems, like difficulty falling asleep, not getting enough sleep, or regularly disrupted sleep patterns, are associated with anxiety and depression.
Results from the large multicenter iSPOT-A study have been published which not only suggest gender differences in brain activity in ADHD but also activity which may or may not respond to Psychostimulants
Important findings from a meta-analysis of 10 randomized-controlled studies on Neurofeedback demonstrate positive effects and long-term benefit of Neurofeedback in ADHD compared to medications
Researchers in the UK have found those taking antidepressant medications have a 21% increased risk of weight-gain particularly after prolonged use
A study published recently in the American Journal of Epidemiology found that a strong association between even low-level nighttime light exposure and depressive symptoms among elderly adults.
Researchers compare methods of treating ADHD in children and find that Neurofeedback, a medication-free technique, has long lasting effects up to 12 months.
Professor of Psychology, Jean Twenge, finds in her study the 'iGen' is more likely to experience mental health issues
Researchers compare costs of rTMS treatment with antidepressant medication, factoring in financial costs and quality of life.
Sleep expert Matthew Walker breaks down the effects of sleep deprivations on the brain and body.
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