Neurofeedback Treatment for Anxiety & Panic Attacks in Cary
Say Goodbye To Panic Attacks And Anxiety!
Some feelings of anxiety and worry can be common, but for those who suffer from an anxiety disorder, these feelings can interfere with everyday living. The fear of having an anxiety attack can intrude on your thinking, leading to racing thoughts, and over time, can create the very problem you want to avoid.
One Patient’s Success Story:
“My symptoms included test anxiety and short-term memory loss. I tried therapy and had an IEP in school. After only seven Neurofeedback sessions, I noticed that my anxiety was better. I was more laid back and not talking a mile a minute every day. I can concentrate better, get better grades, and have less anxiety.” Sarah K.
Just like Sarah, you can wake up every morning feeling calm and in full control of your thoughts and feelings.
Panic attacks and anxiety are frequently related to imbalances in Beta brainwaves on the right side of the brain. Dr. Baric uses an advanced technology known as a qEEG (Quantitative electroencephalogram) to measure and analyze the electrical impulses in each part of the brain. If an imbalance in Beta energy is the cause of your anxiety and panic attacks, this is how we will find that.
This brain map provides specific results used to design your personal neurofeedback training sessions.
Once these measurements are made, a personalized training protocol will be created for you to correct the measured imbalances. Even better – the training is both easy and fun! All you have to do is sit back, relax, and watch a video!
While you are in a training session, we will have sensors measuring your brainwaves, and these sensors provide the data that leads to audio or visual feedback changes based on your real-time brainwave activity.
If you have too much Beta energy, like when you are feeling anxious, the sensors will measure this and cause the show to dim. Over time, your brain recognizes these feedback signals and learns to develop new, healthier neural connections.
These new neural pathways allow you to think more calmly, resulting in reduced anxiety, and in many cases, can eliminate the panic attack symptoms entirely!
Long-Term Relief From Anxiety Attacks
Referred to as “operant conditioning,” this is a gentle, natural way of teaching the brain to function in a new, healthier manner. Everyone uses this process when they are learning a new activity – such as riding a bike or how to play an instrument.
Once learned, the new skill is always there for you to call on in your everyday life. Even better, once your brain gets used to using these new, healthier pathways, improvements can continue long after your last visit to our office. The result – No More Panic Attacks!