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Do you want be able to:
Stop worrying?
Feel less anxious and more relaxed?
Be able to focus?
React more calmly?
Sleep soundly?
If so, you may have anxiety

Causes of anxiety include:
Prolonged or severe stress
Decreased activity in certain parts of the brain (basal ganglia) (Kaplan et al, 1994)
Decrease (Fisch, 2000) or increase of certain brainwaves associated with being relaxed (Moore, 2000)
Neurofeedback can decrease symptoms of anxiety (Moore, 2000) and increase one’s ability to meditate. Typical comments by people who have been treated for anxiety with neurofeedback:

“I can think more clearly”.
“I don’t feel so anxious all the time”.
“My racing thoughts are gone”.
“I don’t worry like I used to”.

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder (Kaplan, et al, 1994).

Anxiety is a symptom that affects many people in our fast-paced world.
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See the following websites for more information
www.isnr.org | www.eegspectrum.com
www.helpforadd.com | www.EMDR.com
Neurofeedback sounds complicated, but it's as simple as learning to ride a bike with training wheels.