What areDementia & Alzheimer’s?


Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe symptoms that impact memory and the ability to perform daily activities. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia and progressively worsens over time, affecting memory, language, thought, and physical capacities.

While younger people can develop dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, your risk increases as you age.

While we don’t understand all the factors contributing to this rise in prevalence, we do know that Neurofeedback has been found, in many cases, to slow progression and even sometimes reverse memory loss.

Here, atNeuroSource


We use the most evidence based, economical & efficient Neuroimaging Technology (QEEG, swLORETA) to map the brain and discover how each individual’s brain is dysregulated and contributing to their symptoms. Then, we employ the most cutting-edge, well researched Neurofeedback and other Brain Training Tools to optimize the appropriate networks of the brain so the person can improve their mood, motivation, and thinking patterns.

Using other Biofeedback Tools, Epigenetic and Lifestyle Coaching Programs, we also help people understand their brains and bodies and develop the skills and habits they need to continue improving their self-regulation skills so they can enjoy life again.

What areDementia & Alzheimer’s?


Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe symptoms that impact memory and the ability to perform daily activities. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia and progressively worsens over time, affecting memory, language, thought, and physical capacities.

While younger people can develop dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, your risk increases as you age.

While we don’t understand all the factors contributing to this rise in prevalence, we do know that Neurofeedback has been found, in many cases, to slow progression and even sometimes reverse memory loss.

Here, atNeuroSource


We use the most evidence based, economical & efficient Neuroimaging Technology (QEEG, swLORETA) to map the brain and discover how each individual’s brain is dysregulated and contributing to their symptoms. Then, we employ the most cutting-edge, well researched Neurofeedback and other Brain Training Tools to optimize the appropriate networks of the brain so the person can improve their mood, motivation, and thinking patterns.

Using other Biofeedback Tools, Epigenetic and Lifestyle Coaching Programs, we also help people understand their brains and bodies and develop the skills and habits they need to continue improving their self-regulation skills so they can enjoy life again.

What areDementia & Alzheimer’s?


Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe symptoms that impact memory the ability to perform daily activities. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia and progressively worsens over time, affecting memory, language, thought, and physical capacities.

While younger people can develop dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, your risk increases as you age.

While we don’t understand all the factors contributing to this rise in prevalence, we do know that Neurofeedback has been found, in many cases, to slow progression and even sometimes reverse memory loss.

Here, atNeuroSource


We use the most evidence based, economical & efficient Neuroimaging Technology (QEEG, swLORETA) to map the brain and discover how each individual’s brain is dysregulated and contributing to their symptoms. Then, we employ the most cutting-edge, well researched Neurofeedback and other Brain Training Tools to optimize the appropriate networks of the brain so the person can improve their mood, motivation, and thinking patterns.

Using other Biofeedback Tools, Epigenetic and Lifestyle Coaching Programs, we also help people understand their brains and bodies and develop the skills and habits they need to continue improving their self-regulation skills so they can enjoy life again.

Ready toLearn More?

If you’re interested in learning more, we’re happy to spend time with you
on the phone to see if the services we offer would be a good fit for you.

CALL NOW (901) 624-0100

Ready toLearn More?

If you’re interested in learning more, we’re happy to spend time with you on the phone to see if the services we offer would be a good fit for you.
CALL NOW (901) 624-0100

Dementia-RelatedSymptoms


Memory problems can range from being mild & limited to a few areas, to being moderate or severe & pervasive, affecting multiple areas of your life. If you or a loved one regularly experience more than 2 of the following symptoms, you may want to come to NeuroSource to get a better understanding of what is going on with your memory.

  • Memory Problems

    Misplacing or losing things, missing appointments, forgetting or repeating conversations

  • Anxiety

    Feeling upset or worried,
    anxious energy, feeling fearful

  • Focus Problems

    Difficulty concentrating or staying on task, losing train of thought, difficulty following conversations

  • Confusion

    Getting lost often, losing train of thought, difficulty following conversations or finding the right words

  • Difficulty Sleeping

    Sleeping less, waking up during the night or early in the morning, difficulty falling asleep

  • Irritability

    Anger, defensiveness, short temper,
    easily upset


Dementia-RelatedSymptoms


Memory problems can range from being mild & limited to a few areas, to being moderate or severe & pervasive, affecting multiple areas of your life. If you or a loved one regularly experience more than 2 of the following symptoms, you may want to come to NeuroSource to get a better understanding of what is going on with your memory.

  • Memory Problems

    Misplacing or losing things, missing appointments, forgetting or repeating conversations

  • Anxiety

    Feeling upset or worried,
    anxious energy, feeling fearful

  • Focus Problems

    Difficulty concentrating or staying on task, losing train of thought, difficulty following conversations

  • Confusion

    Getting lost often, losing train of thought, difficulty following conversations or finding the right words

  • Difficulty Sleeping

    Sleeping less, waking up during the night or early in the morning, difficulty falling asleep

  • Irritability

    Anger, defensiveness, short temper, easily upset

Dementia-RelatedImprovements


NeuroSource clients report the following improvements after completing a program of brain training:

Improved Memory

Improved Focus & Cognition

Greater
Resilience

Increased
Energy

Enhanced
Mood

Dementia-RelatedImprovements


NeuroSource clients report the following improvements after completing a program of brain training:

Improved Memory

Improved Focus & Cognition

Greater
Resilience

Increased
Energy

Enhanced
Mood