Alzheimer’s Treatment Research: a Long and Winding Road

The search for a viable drug to combat Alzheimer's keeps taking hits, with a few more drugs-in-trial proving ineffective: http://www.chicagotribune.com/…/sc-hlth-why-alzheimers-is-h… This is maybe not so surprising; Alzheimer's is a notoriously complicated disease, and high-powered research on it has really ramped up only over the last decade. Untangling its root causes, markers and opportunities for intervention will take time! And it will probably happen incrementally, with occasional fits and starts. In the meantime, we at Neurologics are excited about the proven ability of our advanced Brain [...]

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Your Brilliant Kid with Learning Differences

Got a brilliant kid with attention issues? Then seize the moment. Childhood is the most promising time to clearly diagnose and intervene ADHD and other learning differences. Neurologics uses a powerful technology called quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG) to capture the actual, real-time brain activities that underlie attention and learning. These precise measurements are visualized in a unique Brain Map. Using the Brain Map, Neurologics builds customized neurotraining programs, one child at a time, to target critical brain activities and help your child to train their brain! [...]

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Yet Another Point for Leafy Greens

You already know that you should be eating your leafy greens. But if you're, ahem, a bit longer in the tooth, here's another reason! Eating at least one serving per day of leafy greens may slow cognitive decline! According to the authors of a recent study of more than 900 persons aged 58 to 99, "Consumption of approximately one serving per day of green leafy vegetables and foods rich in phylloquinone, lutein, nitrate, folate, α-tocopherol, and kaempferol may help to slow cognitive decline with aging." [...]

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Chronic Sleep Issues and Cognitive Decline

Do you suffer from chronic sleep problems? Know anyone who does? Beyond feeling tired and cloudy the day after a sleepless night, chronic sleep issues (especially in midlife) can contribute to cognitive decline later in life. See this eye-opening article for more: https://www.reuters.com/…/middle-age-sleep-problems-tied-to… Neurologics advanced Brain Mapping and customized neurotraining programs can visualize the brain activities impacted by cognitive decline and even help to ameliorate them. So, if you suffer from chronic sleep issues, please address them with your doctor--and visit Neurologics today athttps://neurologics.com/programs/dementia/ to learn [...]

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Substance Recovery and Relapse

Do you know someone in recovery from substance abuse? Have you suffered with them through past relapses? Although relapse is a common feature of recovery, many relapses are avoidable. If you're connected to someone at risk for the agonizing ordeal of substance abuse relapse, please--connect them with us! Neurologics advanced Brain Mapping and customized neurotraining programs are highly effective in prolonging sobriety. Please visit us at https://neurologics.com/ and make contact today.

By |2020-07-15T15:19:22+00:00January 30th, 2018|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Substance Recovery and Relapse

Social Anxiety Therapy and “Connectomics”

Did you know that up to 12% of Americans will experience clinically significant social anxiety over the course of their lifetime? That's a lot of Americans--especially so for anyone who has personally suffered from the symptoms of social anxiety disorder. Intriguingly, a recent study of adolescents with social anxiety showed that maps of brain connectivity--how activity in one region of the brain influences activity in other regions--were powerful predictors of how well the adolescents would respond to therapy for their condition: https://www.nature.com/articles/mp2015109 In fact, connectivity [...]

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Chronic Pain’s Connection to “Mind Wandering” and ADHD

If you or a loved one have ever dealt with chronic pain, you know from personal experience how deeply intertwined pain and thinking ability can be. Here's a summary of a recent study that directly examined the high frequency of ADHD in persons suffering from fibromyalgia: (http://www.mdmag.com/…/fibromyalgia-patients-show-high-cooc…) The researchers believe that the "mind wandering" symptoms of ADHD and the "fibro fog" cognitive impairment often described by fibromyalgia patients may be related to the same faulty neurochemistry that produces fibromyalgia's pain. A major strength of Neurologics' [...]

By |2022-03-21T20:29:35+00:00January 30th, 2018|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Chronic Pain’s Connection to “Mind Wandering” and ADHD

Former NFL Player Eric Hipple: an Agonizing Story of TBI and its Toll

Check out this article--by turns disturbing and inspiring--about the journey of former Detroit Lion quarterback, Eric Hipple: http://www.detroitnews.com/…/eric-hipple-mens-me…/109087956/ Years of untreated depression led him down a dark and suffocating path pocked by divorce, apathy, a suicide attempt, substance abuse and a brief imprisonment. When Eric's own teenage son took his own life due to depression, Eric made a crucial pivot not only towards dealing seriously with his own illness, but becoming a generative force in helping other men to do the same. Eric's outreach work focuses [...]

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Depression and The Holiday Season

For those in addiction recovery, the holidays can be grueling, bringing with them anxiety and greater risk of relapse. Do you have friends or loved ones in struggling with recovery? This season, point them in our direction! Neurologics' Brain Mapping and custom neurotraining programs have a strong record of success with those in recovery, significantly reducing the likelihood of relapse and increasing the likelihood of remaining in treatment programs. Come learn more at https://neurologics.com/.

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Overactivated Brain Regions in PTSD

Did you know that Brain Mapping can detect areas of the brain that are "overactivated" in persons who suffer from PTSD? Neurologics' customized neurotraining programs can help PTSD sufferers to regulate this activity--giving them greater understanding and control of their own experience. If you or someone you love suffers from PTSD, come explore what Neurologics can do! Visit us at https://neurologics.com/.

By |2020-07-15T15:12:05+00:00January 30th, 2018|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Overactivated Brain Regions in PTSD
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