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Neurocore Looks To Change The Way We Treat Depression

by Chris Holden - November 9th, 2017.
Filed under: Depression.

The growing issues of ADHD and depression are becoming increasingly difficult for parents, individuals, and families to cope with in the 21st-century as technology changes the way we treat depression, anxiety, and attention disorders. Neurocore is making great impacts on the way social media and the modern world are affecting the rate of depression and anxiety are affecting our mental state; social media use has been shown to have a damaging effect on the psyche of the U.S. population as social media use has been linked to the growing problems with depression, anxiety, and ADHD. Follow Neurocore on Facebook.

A growing trend amongst U.S. citizens has been the anxiety and depression caused by financial issues with one in five Americans reporting more Americans were concerned with their financial situation in 2015 than in 2015. Studying the hashtag “Anxiety” being used on Instagram showed the state of Oregon may be the most stressed in the nation after it came out on top a recent study of the state of mind of the nation.

Training the brain to work at its optimum levels at all times may seem like a difficult process to complete but the experts at Neurocore believe the use of the latest technology can be of aid to this are of medical research. Understanding how the brain works and setting out to see which areas of the brain are working well and which are underperforming is the first step in finding a new way of workign towards creating a successful future for all.

Read: http://fox17online.com/2015/11/23/its-not-a-lifetime-of-paying-for-meds-neurofeedback-therapy-at-neurocore/

Over the course of the 30-session program completed through Neurocore the process is completed in a way that allows the process of creating a settled and inquisitive mind. Neurocore is looking to use the latest technologies in a bid to make sure the increasing number of individuals using ADHD and anti-anxiety medications are given a different way of exploring the power of their own brain. Follow Neurocore on twitter.com.

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