Imagine you’re driving through the countryside on a beautiful day, but your car isn’t working. The gears keep getting stuck, and the gas pedal is jammed down. So instead of enjoying the scenery, you’re constantly focused on what might go wrong and how you can prevent it.
Wouldn’t it be great to be able to perform your best when it really matters? Neurofeedback can help regulate brain function, increase IQ and more.
Emilia was a jazz pianist who wanted to break into the Bay Area performing scene. Her roadblock was performance anxiety. Here’s how neurofeedback helped with her anxiety and her performance.