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Holiday Gift Guide: The Best Brainwave Technology in 2021

As the holidays approach, so does the spirit of gift giving. With ADHD diagnoses in adults on the rise, gifting your loved one a device to combat distraction could be more useful now than ever. Neurofeedback, a form of biofeedback, is a non-invasive,...

Neurofeedback Boosts Performance for Office Workers, Athletes

Years of scientific research support the effectiveness of neurofeedback as a non-invasive, non-drug way to change the way your brain functions. Neurofeedback has been adopted to treat an array of clinical disorders including ADHD, anxiety, depression, PTSD, traumatic...

What’s it Like to Use Narbis Smartglasses?

Here at Narbis we talk a lot about distraction, focus, and ways to help your brain learn to ignore distractions, including our NASA-patented neurofeedback glasses. Since the product is unlike anything most people have tried before, we wanted to answer some common...

The Surprising Technology that has Freed Neurofeedback

Despite a huge amount of research showing the benefits of neurofeedback to treat myriad disorders — including ADHD, depression, anxiety, and PTSD — the field has been held back because of a deceptively pedestrian problem: goop.  Paste and gel has been the...

How to stay focused while working from home

With social distancing now part of everyday parlance and practice, more and more people are finding themselves working from home for the foreseeable future.  The good news for many is that it means the end of long, annoying commutes, and a chance to leave the...

Seven Tips for Keeping Kids’ Brains Engaged this Summer

Now that summer is upon us and kids are released from the rigid structure of school, parents are looking to fill the void. What can families do to keep their kids engaged until September? We asked for input from educators, family counselors, child psychologists,...

Overcoming ‘Pandemic Brain’: How to Clear Brain Fog

Following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, a growing number of individuals began experiencing “brain fog,” a term often used to describe symptoms such as memory issues and lack of mental clarity. For some, the mind haze came on following an infection with COVID-19,...

Parenting with ADHD: How to Structure Your Working from Home Day

Parenting with ADHD presents an array of struggles. Keeping track of doctor’s appointments, meal times, and school projects can be frazzling enough for the completely neurotypical, never mind parents whose minds are prone to wandering, having children or not. In the...

Relationships with ADHD: How to make sure the brain stays focused on the heart

Forgetfulness, procrastination, spontaneity: The behaviors of people who have ADHD can be both draws and turn-offs for potential partners. A sense of adventure and acting on impulse can help keep a relationship fresh and alive. Who wouldn’t jump at a loved one...


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