The dark and hidden side of Silicon
Unfortunately, few people know about Advanced
Neurofeedback. Instead, many abuse prescription or illicit drugs to perform
better, faster and longer. But the cost of addiction is a high price to
In the world of sports, this is not new news. However,
in a recent article, the San Jose Mercury News paints a dark and largely hidden side of Silicon Valley
“Drug abuse in the tech industry is growing against the backdrop of
a national surge in heroin and prescription pain-pill abuse. Treatment
specialists say the over-prescribing of painkillers has spawned a new
crop of addicts -- working professionals with college degrees, a
description that fits many of the thousands of workers in corporate
Silicon Valley. "There are 1.4 million prescriptions ... in the Bay
Area for hydrocodone," says Alice Gleghorn with the San Francisco Department of Public
Health. "That's a lot of pills out there." … The
progression up the addiction ladder is predictable: uppers like Adderall to keep up with production demands and
12-hour days, then downers like oxycodone, a
powerful opioid, to take the edge off when you
There is a healthy alternative.
Benefits of Advanced Neurofeedback
for Peak Performance.
A smooth and efficient brain can
accomplish more, with greater accuracy, in less time. Advanced
Neurofeedback helps fine tune your brain to maximize your focus on the
task at hand. Smoother function equals less distraction. This means less
mental energy is wasted keeping composure, second guessing, over
analyzing, and maintaining emotional control.
leaders and musicians use Advanced Neurofeedback to help screen out
distractions, improve recovery speed after an error, and to stop
‘over-thinking’ in crucial moments. Others use it to promote stress recovery, beat anxiety, get a handle
on depression and improve sleep quality, which are essential
to long term performance, endurance and resilience.
Advanced Neurofeedback meets the
needs of brain and body.
High Performance Training with Advanced Neurofeedback
addresses imbalances in both brain and body to achieve peak performance. Your
brain and body work together. Everything is connected.
With Advanced Neurofeedback, we will help you:
Maximize nutritional input to your brain and body by teaching you
how to eat right
Address any underlying metabolic or physiological causes inhibiting
your brain function
Optimize neurotransmitter functioning with brain boosting
Increase neuroplasticity by encouraging
you to exercise your body regularly
Achieve peak performance by training your brain twice per week with
qEEG Neurofeedback and brain entrainment
We start with a qEEG brain map to identify the brain
areas that need help and whether any underlying metabolic or
physiological issues affect your brain. Together with the information
from your history and the results of the brain map, we can create a
custom designed clinical protocol specifically for you.
Consistency yields results. Consistently implementing
the recommended strategies and protocols creates new habits that will
soon get you on the path to becoming a peak performer.
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“Neurofeedback should play a major therapeutic role in many
difficult areas. In my opinion, if any medication had demonstrated such a
wide spectrum of efficacy it would be universally accepted and widely
used. It is a field to be taken seriously by all.”
- Frank Duffy, MD, Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School