Aggression & Anger
Overreacting & a Quick Temper Can Be Due to Brainwave Dysfunction
Prolonged stress from work, trauma, or even video game & social media addiction can alter brain activity.
Acute stress becomes chronic when it lasts too long. This increases brainwaves that cause aggression and agitation.
These brainwave changes can trigger inappropriate emotional reactions to everyday, normal interactions.
EEG guided neurofeedback can help normalize the brainwave dysfunction, which can lead to behavioral improvements.
"We have 4 kids that came to us from traumatic backgrounds. We've been through years of trauma training and knew their brains work differently. We just didn't have physical proof other than behavior issues. Then we had the Brain Performance Center do brain maps on all 4 kids. To see the actual picture of how their brains work was completely amazing and validating. Bryan Hixson and his whole team were knowledgeable, empathetic and helped give us answers to years of searching. We will forever be grateful!"