Did you know you can teach your brain to make different brain wave patterns? Neurofeedback can improve brain function in several important ways, including how me manage sleep, stress, and attention.
Today Chris welcomes neuroscientist Dr. Andrew Hill to discuss optimizing brain performance. Dr. Hill describes the history and process of neurofeedback brain training, and explains what it means to be a functional neuroscientist.
Dr. Hill answers several important questions about neurofeedback as he the research basis for this work and ways he’s helped countless people reach their goals:
- What is neurofeedback training?
- How was eeg neurofeedback invented?
- Does neurofeedback work?
- How does neurofeedback work?
- What are the long term effects?
He also explains the effectiveness of neurofeedback and how many of his clients can actually get better results training remotely. This means you don’t have to live in a location with a Peak Brain Institute. Dr. Hill tells us how his expert staff coaches remote, home-based clients to get results.
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ISNR ( the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research)
Dr. Andrew Hill is the founder of Peak Brain Institute and a leading neurofeedback practitioner and biohacking coach for clients worldwide. He has lectured on psychology, neuroscience, and gerontology at UCLA’s Department of Psychology where he received a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience.
At Peak Brain, Dr. Hill provides individualized training programs to help you optimize your brain across goals of stress, sleep, attention, brain fog, creativity, and athletic performance. He is the host of the Head First podcast and continues to do research on attention and cognitive performance.
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