Early Dementia

Dementia affects nearly five million Americans, and 90% of all mental conditions are a derivative of dementia. If you or a loved one has this condition, many treatment paths can slow the onset, shortening how long the effects will recur.

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What is Dementia?

Dementia is a mental disease that makes daily life impossible to live independently. However, dementia is not one disease but an umbrella term, as many conditions fall under the parameters of dementia.

Dementia leads to:

  • Memory loss

  • Unsafe driving

  • Inability to prepare meals, wash and do choirs

Dementia robs patients of their independence.

Treatment with BrainCore Neurofeedback

While there is no cure, there are treatment plans available. Palm Beach Health Center utilizes neurofeedback to halt the development of dementia.

In essence, cognitive disorder brings about a mental collapse. This collapse manifests as forgetfulness, mood swings, violent outbursts, and various other concerns.

Neurofeedback can analyze the patient’s brain to detect even the most minuet dysfunctions. Using a computer and a readying brainwave cap, we can diagnose synaptic miscues and even correct them.

Correcting brainwaves is like learning how to ride a bike. It’s all about repetition. Each therapy session will reinforce good behavior by introducing a signal and rewarding the brain for acting within reason.

Repeated therapy can rewrite damaged parts of the brain leading to:

  • Better memory retention

  • Regained independence

  • Improved mood

  • And much more

Slow the Progression of Dementia with Neurofeedback

While we can’t offer a cure, we can offer a chance to add many years of quality life to those recently diagnosed. Despite the wonders of neurofeedback, advanced cases may be impossible to treat.

Upon the first signs of dysfunction, we urge you to seek the care you or a loved one needs. Fill out the new patient forms today to see how neurofeedback may help you.

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