Giveaway Brain Map and 2 Neuro Integration Sessions

Giveaway Brain Map and 2 Neuro Integration Sessions

Enter to win one of the many Boise Natural Health Symposium door prizes. This inaugural event will include speaking sessions by local health experts, exhibits by Idaho businesses and practitioners, and interactive demonstrations such as healthy food preparation. Healthy snacks will be provided (hello, on-tap kombucha!). Bring your family, friends and your enthusiasm for meeting other passionate health-minded people and practitioners in a collaborative, functional setting. Enter to win one of our many door prizes!  

Our thanks to Clear Mind Center for sponsoring this giveaway of an initial consultation of your Brain Map, and two neuro-integration sessions. Dr. Harmon will give you valuable information your unique brain patterns and create a customized plan that will help you achieve your healthy lifestyle goal in order to train the brain to adjust itself to normal patterns. The prize package is a $450 value! 

To enter the giveaway, please use the widget below. Every action you take in the widget earns you more points for the giveaway. You can earn up to 15 entries, which improves your chances of winning! 

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Have you heard of neurofeedback before?

Dr Jon Harmon of Clear Mind Center explains it like this:

The brain is continuously maintaining a balance between seizures and coma. Too much uncontrolled activity in the cells causes seizures! Too little activity results in a comatose person.

In between these two extremes, the brainwaves can be overactive or underactive- meaning that too many or too few cells are working at any given time.

Once we determine where those dysfunctions are with a Quantitative EEG (Brain Map), Neurofeedback is used to train the brain to adjust itself to normal patterns.


Training the brain using neurofeedback can change these brainwaves over time, adjusting them into normal, healthy ranges. It can improve alertness, attention, emotional regulation, behavior, cognitive function, and mental flexibility. When the brain moves back into normal ranges, users will often see a reduction in symptoms.

The best part of neurofeedback is that results are often permanent, allowing a person to reduce or even eliminate medications altogether. Where medications only manage the symptoms, the goal of neurofeedback is to address the underlying cause and restore normal brainwave functions.

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