NeurOptimal® uses the brain’s own capacities and resources to provide the brain with information about itself so it can learn to work more efficiently and effectively. It is like holding up a mirror for your brain to see what it is doing. Think of how you react to your reflection when you look in a mirror. You might stand a little taller or fix a hair that is out of place. You correct and adjust yourself in response to the information you have received from the mirror. Your brain does the same thing during a NeurOptimal® session, constantly adjusting itself, moment by moment in response to the information it is receiving, which allows the brain to reorganize itself and over time, learns to become more balanced. NeurOptimal® does not tell the brain what to do or push it in any direction and no electrical current is sent back through the EEG leads. Your brain is in charge and decides what to do with the information it receives.
Have you ever wondered about what a NeurOptimal® session looks and feels like? At KV Psychology, we are happy to provide you with a consultation where you are able to try NeurOptimal® first hand, with an introductory session. During this time, you’re able to ask any questions you may have and experience first hand the zen that so many discover from brain training.
“Every session of NeurOptimal helps me to relax. Before the session, I feel as though my nervous system is in high gear. I have a lot of anxiety and it is difficult to relax. After the session, I feel like I have geared-down and am able to relax. I sleep better and I find sessions with my therapist are more productive.”
NeurOptimal® is not a medical treatment, device or methodology. It is not used to diagnose medical disorders, nor is it used as a medical treatment for disorders and has not been approved for any medical purpose by the FDA, Health Canada or any other governing agency. While Zengar users may or may not be licensed health care practitioners, their use of NeurOptimal® is solely as a tool for brain training and optimization and not as a means of diagnosis or as a medical intervention.