How Does Brain Mapping Work
This is an analysis of each brain lobe (frontal, parietal, central, temporal, and occipital) for each type of brain wave: Delta, Theta, Alpha, Beta.
Your brain is a highly complex organ made up of billions of cells called neurons. Neurons send and receive messages to and from all parts of your body. This electrical flow in the brain can be measured and mapped using an EEG. (Electro-Encephalogram). The results are then compared to a database to determine if there are any areas that may be out of balance compared to statistical norms for someone of the same age. This is known as Quantitative Analysis.
Your brain map will capture a window of your actual brain activity, analyze the data, and create a visual representation for each lobe of the brain and each specific brain wave (Delta, Theta, Alpha, Beta).
The Results Can Be Directly Related To Your Symptoms
For example, case studies using QEEG brain maps have shown that people with Attention-Deficit-Disorder (ADD) have elevated delta brainwaves, while those who suffer from Depression have elevated alpha brainwaves.
With your brain map complete, we will be able to design a neurofeedback protocol to eliminate the imbalances, improving your brainwave function.