Being a kid can be very stressful.
So much to learn, not much power or control, everyone seems bigger and maybe better than you.
You have to tackle day-to-day issues but you don’t have a lot of experience.
There is such a need to be good, to be right, to be what everyone thinks you should be.
Being a kid with a learning difference or a kid with a high need to perform is really stressful. Those might not seem like the same struggle but the stress level is similar.
When you have a learning difference things feel really hard. You often feel not good enough. You feel always at least a couple steps behind everyone.
When you are a high achiever you are always striving to be better (or the best) and that is hard. You often don’t feel good enough. You want to do better, perform better, be better.
We all come into this world with our unique temperaments and sometimes that includes lots of sensitivities. Some people are simply more sensitive and kids (and many adults!) haven’t yet learned the coping mechanisms to deal with this. This adds extra stress to the system making many things seem even harder.
Kids who train their brains with NeurOptimal feel calmer and more focused.
They are less reactive and more connected.
They are less sensitive and more flexible.
Young brains tend to respond very quickly to Neurofeedback. It’s amazing what can shift in just 10 sessions.
We all want the best for our kids. Investing in brain training at an early age can make a lifetime of difference.
Give the gift of a calm and flexible brain to your child.
Here are some shifts kids report after brain training with NeurOptimal Neurofeedback:
- Better focus and attention
- Better in social situations
- Better sleep
- Easier time falling asleep
- Easier time with schoolwork
- Easier transitions
- Fewer tantrums
- Less hyperactivity
- Less impulsivity
- Less picky about foods and sensory things
- Fewer tears
- More responsive
- More self-esteem
SuperBrain is on a mission to offer brain training to kids in an effort to promote calm, increase focus and the joy of learning, and to improve connections within families.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) lists neurofeedback as a “Level 1- Best Support” intervention for Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD).