Dave’s Crisis Advice

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The Pioneers to Frontiers of Neurofeedback  The “spikes and waves” of the human brain were first recorded in 1924 by Hans Berger, a German psychiatrist. Berger went on to create the first electroencephalography (EEG) device in 1929. The discovery of the EEG was a milestone for the advancement of neuroscience and of neurologic and neurosurgical everyday practice, especially for patients with seizures. Before […]

Our Brain Knows

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Our Brain Knows Neuroscience is discovering and uncovering more rationale behind our behaviors, attitudes and choices than ever before. At 40 Years of Zen, we put together a short list of fun facts about the neuroscience behind some common life experiences that we thought you might enjoy as well.    Baking Bread – Baking Comfort Did you know that active […]

Emotional Resiliency during the Coronavirus

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Emotional Resiliency during the Coronavirus We can’t control the storm, but we can control the sails of our ship. We are all watching in absolute shock what is transpiring within our own lives, our community, our nations and the world.  How do we navigate these new waters when our usual compass is not suited for […]