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Neurocore Is The Best Treatment For ADHD and Depression

About Neurocore

Neurocore is a company that specializes in neuro-diagnostic assessments. The company is based in Michigan and headquartered in Grand Rapid. Until now patients with ADHD and depression had limited treatment. Dr. Royer, a former neuropsychologist, founded Neurocore to help his patients. The therapy resets the patient’s brain to eliminate negative symptoms.

Neurocore treatment cost $2100.00 per 30 sessions. However, the treatment is a one-time thing. It doesn’t require any follow-up medication or diet. The treatment is non-invasive and easy to do. It only involves watching a movie. The patient ears and head are connected to electrodes. This is used to monitor the heart rate and breathing. The only complaint the patients have is the paste and the scheduling. Read more at dialdish.com about Neurocore.

The ten20 conductive paste can cause a skin rash. Some patients questioned if the paste is toxic. However, the company stated that the paste is a topical cream. Therefore, ten20 conductive paste is non- toxic. Neurocore does offer an alternative for sensitive skin. The Neurocore therapy is growing in popularity and appointments are scheduled accordingly. However, the company doesn’t have unresolved issues with its patients. They have a perfect score with the better business bureau.

Neurocore treats these patients without medication. The patient ears and head are connected to electrodes. This gives the device the ability to chart the heart rate and breathing. Therapy doesn’t involve medicine or needles. They simply sit in a private cubicle and watch a movie. The device is constantly monitoring brain activity and sending it signals to correct itself. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.

During Treatment

The neurocore device charts the heart rate in red and the breathing in blue. It has the ability to mix biofeedback with neurofeedback. The brain activity is monitored for normal behavior. Once the patient brain is in an abnormal state the screen shrinks. This signals the brain that something is wrong. The device tells the brain to take a deep breath. This rushes oxygen and blood to the brain to feed it. This increase the number of neurons in the brain. In return, the neurons secrete endorphins to the brain. This is known as the feel-good hormone. It works as a painkiller and relaxes the brain.

Tiffany Pojesk told Fox17 that Neurocore helped her son. Jackson suffered from poor concentration and not sleeping. He had to take medication to sleep. However, after just 40 Neurocore sessions he was symptom-free. He is off his medication and his mind is sharp.

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