Narbis Neurofeedback and Attention Content


Stressed out and Exhausted? Biohacking Claims to Restore Quality of Life

This is part one of a two-part series on biohacking. Summary. In the flurry of information that exists around biohacking, many fundamental questions go unanswered. This story breaks down the basics of human enhancement, including: What is the history behind...

Narbis Steps Out at CES 2020

Unless you’ve been living in an Internet cave—or perhaps a cave without Internet—you know that this past week was the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). What started out in 1967 in New York, featuring that year’s big-ticket items of pocket radios and integrated-circuit...

Many are Turning to Neurofeedback to Help Improve Attention. What are the Side Effects?

Brain fog. ADHD. Anxiety. Feeling constantly distracted. Between COVID and spending our waking lives glued to screens, we are living in a world of declining mental states. And millions of people are searching for a remedy. Medications work, but many bring with them...

Hyperactivity at Night: How ADHD and Irregular Sleep Patterns are Related

Not getting a restful night's sleep? The signs of hyperactivity at night in children are often obvious and present as overall restlessness and ‘bouncing off the walls' -type behavior, but with adults they tend to be more subtle. It's also common for adult individuals...

Test-taking time and attention disorders: Keeping eyes on the prize

Spring is almost here. With the arrival of the vernal equinox comes flowers, rain, longer days…and standardized test season. Whether it’s for state educational requirements or taking a stab at college entrance exams such as the ACT and SAT, mastering the content...

Drug-free Alternatives to ADHD Treatment

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has been garnering headlines of late. Whether it’s virtual learning during the pandemic bringing children’s struggles with attention to light or the recent epidemic of adult diagnoses with the condition, ADHD has been...

School Success Might Require More Tech and Playtime, Say Experts

A new year can mean a fresh start for many people, including kids. Students who might have had a rough start to the school year in September may be ready to adopt a new mindset — or be open to starting new habits — and parents can take advantage of this time to help...

ADHD Treatments: Prescription Medication vs. Neurofeedback

Parenting a child with ADHD can be stressful and at times, infuriating. The constant fidgeting, impulsive behavior, and lack of listening can leave a parent feeling both embarrassed by their child’s behavior, as well as frustrated because the same types of discipline...

The Merits of Positive Reinforcement: Strategies for Helping Students with ADHD

It’s your first week back in the classroom and you’re attempting to have your students complete a chapter of “Number the Stars” by way of round robin reading. The activity takes more than double the amount of time you’d alloted due to students being disruptive, lack...


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