Find your Neurorhythm

Finding your neurorhythm in life helps you to live your life effortlessly, even in difficult situations. A neurorhythm is a distinct pattern of massed neuronal activity associated with specific behaviours, arousal level and sleep states. They are typically measured by the electroencephalogram (EEG) and/or neuronal population field recordings.  Your brain should become more efficient when […]

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Fibromyalgia Syndrome

Chronic pain knows no boundaries. It afflicts any person, of any age or any culture. “Chronic pain is distinguished from acute pain by its duration; pain that lasts for more than 3 months is classified as chronic pain. Chronic pain is also defined when the pain is severe or persistent after a tissue injury is […]

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Dichotomisation

Dichotomisation, also referred to as all or nothing thinking refers to the tendency to evaluate one’s persona qualities in extreme black or white categories. Dichotomisation is a cognitive distortion which means it keeps us from seeing the world as it often is: complex, yet full of all the shades in between. Most of us engage […]

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The new normal – creating balance

The world of work has changed over time, but nothing prepared us for what we are going through right now. We were almost dumped into a situation that caused a lot of fear and anxiety in most people. We are locked down and the number of global deaths are on the rise. Our team meetings take place on […]

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A.D.D & Neurofeedback

Can neurofeedback & coaching help my add/adhd child? What is neurofeedback coaching and how can it help? Firstly, neurofeedback, is a type of operant conditioning (an individual makes an association between a particular behavior and a consequence). Neurofeedback is  based on the understanding that the brain produces various types of brain waves in response to […]

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Emotional Intelligence

The concept of Emotional Intelligence has been around for many years and is a strategic concept in life. We know that as a parent you need to have a high level of it, but what does that mean? Dr. Daniel Goleman, author of the book Emotional Intelligence,  addresses 5 aspects: 1. Self-awareness Self-awareness refers to your […]

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Digital Cocaine

What is the difference is between half a line of cocaine and an hour playing a video game? Nothing, as far as your brain is concerned (ref. Brad Huddleston, Digital Cocaine). What about your need to constantly engage on your phone. Constantly checking new messages, followers, likes…Tech is the thing, right! But that was not […]

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Neurofeedback

We have seen an increase for the demand of neurofeedback over the past couple of years as individuals start seeking alternative solutions to medication for i.e. depression, anxiety, ADHD etc. So what is neurofeedback? In short, Neurofeedback measures brain waves through EEG to produce a signal that can be used as feedback (through a computerised device) to […]

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Brain Fog

Brain fog is a commonly used phrase for feelings of confusion, forgetfulness, and lack of focus and mental clarity. In our practice we have seen an increase in clients suffering from brain fog. Typical symptoms are: Confusion Headaches Difficulty concentrating Difficulty learning new skills Fatigue Struggling to find the correct word Short-term memory problems Taking longer […]

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Neuroplasticity

Neuroplasticity is the ability of the nervous system to respond to intrinsic or extrinsic stimuli by reorganizing its structure, function and connections. It is powerful!! Early research believed that the brain did not have the ability to create new neural pathways to adapt as it needed to. Subsequent research on neuroplasticity has confirmed the brain’s […]

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