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How much do you really know about why you do the things you do? Why do you react to certain things one way while others react to the same thing another way? Understanding your own neurological makeup is key to recognizing behavior patterns, both good and bad. Brain mapping is a tool that can be used to get familiar with your neurological pathways and identify abnormalities that may be causing symptoms of disorders like anxiety or depression. qEEG brain mapping can seem like a scary and overwhelming experience. We can assure you, that’s not the case. So, let’s review: What is qEEG brain mapping?
We all experience anxiety on a daily basis. It is our natural biological reaction to stressful situations. For many, the symptoms of anxiety pass quickly. For many others, those anxiety symptoms never disappear. Over 40 million American adults are afflicted by some form of an anxiety disorder. Those anxiety disorders fill the individual with feelings of persistent dread, discomfort, worry, and anxiety. Fortunately, there are a number of effective and natural treatments for anxiety. Let’s dive into a few of the best ones and how they stand to benefit you.
The idea of brain mapping is very foreign to most people. When it gets brought up in casual conversation, many people immediately think of the last scifi movie they saw and wonder what kind of information doctors can get from a brain map. However, much like the idea of mental health, the stigma surrounding qEEG brain mapping does more harm than good. The only way to break through those stigmas is by educating, so today we’re going to talk about a question we hear every day: “What is qEEG?”