Anxiety disorders can wreck your life. They can make you resistant to going in public, seeing a movie, even leaving your house. Of course, there is always medication that can help fix the issue or, at least, ease some of the non-desirable side-effects. But, what if you, yourself, are resistant to medication. Read more about Neurocore at glassdoor.com.
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Maybe your religion doesn’t permit the use of prescription medication, or maybe you just simply don’t trust pharmaceuticals. Either way, if you are resistant to medication then it may seem like all hope is gone. Well, you would be wrong. Cutting-edge technology has given way for the introduction of clinics like Neurocore, which promise to alleviate symptoms of anxiety and sometimes completely rid you of anxiety disorders.
How is this done? Well, Neurocore starts with a battery of tests it calls its Brain Diagnostics Behavioral Checklist. First, you undergo an Electroencephalogram (EEG) which measures your brains electric output and turns that into quantifiable data. Then a Heart Rate Variability test (HRV) is administered which checks heart rate in relation to brain function. Afterward, a few more tests such as Integrated Visual and Auditory Continuous Performance tests (IVA) are done.
Make no mistake, these do not grab a crystal and pray types of tests, they are backed by real science and used in hospitals around the world. The difference is what happens after the test. Instead of throwing medications at you, Neurocore attempts to fix the issues using a battery of neurofeedback tests that take advantage of your brain’s natural ability to change (or neuroplasticity.) Visit manta.com to know more about Neurocore.
These tests will force your brain to recognize when it is in anxiety mode in hopes that this carries with you once you leave the clinic. The results so far have been beyond impressive. 88% reported that their anxiety had decreased, while over 50% had registered levels of anxiety that were below the medical threshold (as in they no longer have a disorder just normal anxiety the common human emotion.)
These are impressive results from the young clinic. If progress continues in that same direction for them, we may see medication for anxiety become an oddity instead of a normality. For now, it stands as a great place to go if you are resistant to taking drugs for one reason or another.