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A Breakthrough in Managing 'Chemo Brain’

Updated: Feb 7

Recent research from UCLA has revealed promising results in using neurofeedback as a

treatment for cognitive difficulties commonly experienced after chemotherapy, often referred to as "chemo brain." This condition can manifest in various ways, including memory, concentration, and organizational challenges.

Study Highlights

- The study involved breast cancer survivors who completed chemotherapy.

- Participants received an initial qEEG brain map compared to a normative database

- Participants underwent a series of neurofeedback sessions aimed at normalizing brain wave activity.

- Post-training assessments showed significant improvements in cognitive functions and overall psychological well-being.

Our Commitment to Your Health

At Brain Performance Centers, we deeply understand the challenges faced by both those

battling cancer and those who survived it. The recent findings on the benefits of neurofeedback for managing 'chemo brain' fill us with great hope and excitement. We are passionate about the possibility of using this technology to significantly improve the daily lives and overall well-being of those who have bravely battled cancer. We remain committed to exploring and offering the latest advancements in neuroscience to address various cognitive challenges.

For a detailed look at the study, we invite you to read the full article: [Link to the Journal


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