How do prescription drugs affect my brain?

If your doctor advises you to take a prescription, he believes this will help you right now. Think of this like snow chains. When we have ice and snow in the area, putting on chains enables you to go, but once the ice is gone, the chains actually slow your progress. Drugs may be necessary to get you through a rough situation, or get past a physical challenge degrading your health. There are situations where a prescription is a daily necessity; there are also situations where we become dependent on a prescription past the necessity. A medication may help you get through a difficult situation, but the medication may also have side effects that may be troubling. Neurofeedback, on the other hand, is a drug-free, non-invasive process to restore efficient brain regulation.

Symptoms Addressed

  • Anxiety
  • Concentration
  • Cognitive fogginess
  • Decreased cognition
  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Post Concussive Disorder
  • PTSD
  • Stress
  • Sleep issues
  • Whiplash injury
  • Word Recall difficulties


  • Quieter mind
  • Respond better to stress
  • Improve attention
  • Better sleep
  • Decrease being overwhelmed in life
  • Improve your enjoyment of life