Do you ever wonder what exactly is going on in your brain? It’s responsible for quite a bit and we’re only conscious of a mere fraction of the total actions the nervous system executes every minute. From triggering your heart to beat and your lungs to breath to reacting to stimuli in your environment and coping with various experiences, your brain controls it all. Often, when you are struggling with symptoms of mental health disorders like anxiety or depression, your brain is not operating as efficiently as it should be. Sometimes specific neurological pathways are over- or under-performing, leading to undesirable symptoms. Brain mapping in Denver can help you identify these weaknesses and even direct a treatment plan that helps you address the imbalances. Let’s discuss more in depth what you can learn from the brain mapping process.
The idea of brain mapping is very foreign to most people. When it gets brought up in casual conversation, many people immediately think of the last scifi movie they saw and wonder what kind of information doctors can get from a brain map. However, much like the idea of mental health, the stigma surrounding qEEG brain mapping does more harm than good. The only way to break through those stigmas is by educating, so today we’re going to talk about a question we hear every day: “What is qEEG?”