What Issues Can NeurOptimal Training Help Me With? / by Meeray Ghaly



- Uses principles that have been developed for over 40 years

- With 17 years and well over 3 MILLION hours of use worldwide, NeurOptimal® is an advanced, time-tested, safe and effective neurofeedback system.

- Two thirds of trainers reported that the majority of their clients (almost 60%) showed 90% or better improvement. Most clients (over 50%) can expect highly significant (80-90%) improvement, while the other half can anticipate 60-90% improvement or less.

- is endorsed by respected institutions such as the U.S. FDA and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Here are some of the concerns that people bring to NeurOptimal Brain Training:


To reduce their knee-jerk reactions to life’s daily stresses

To boost their academic performance, ability to focus

To lessen their emotional reactivity and/or impulsive behaviours

To augment their cognitive dexterity as they age

To enhance their personal growth and/or self-confidence

To decrease their destructive rumination, depression, anxiety

To improve their sleep and the ability to relax their mind and body

To address the effects of chronic or debilitating pain

To ease their recovery from substance abuse

To achieve their optimal creative and/or athletic performance

To alleviate the symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder



According to a NeurOptimal survey of trainers from around the world, the most common client improvements seen in order are:



Sleep • Attention/Focus




Trauma (PTSD)

Headaches (Migraines)

Chronic pain (fibromyalgia) • General well-being • Burnout

Autism • Anger • (irritability, aggression) • Addiction • Eating disorders • mood swings (PMS, menopause) • Peak performance • Confidence • OCD • TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)

Epilepsy • Bi-polar • Aspergers • Panic attacks • Gastrointestinal problems (Celiac, constipation) • Phobias • Behavioural issues (tantrums, melt downs) • memory • Resiliency.

Dyslexia • Lyme disease • Tourettes • Chemo-brain • Asthma • Meditative arts • Performing arts • Specific noise disturbance • Parkinson's


Note: These are the most common changes noticed; some may be lower because they are less common.