Brain Mapping/Assessment

Do you find it interesting that many conditions, both major and minor, can be tracked to brain dysfunction? When brain cells (neurons) perform less than optimal, entire neural circuits and networks can fail to function properly which can cause mental, behavioral, and physical symptoms to exist. PranaMind offers brain mapping to evaluate how your unique brain is working. 

What is Brain Mapping?

Brain mapping is an innovative method of recording brain activity and providing you with a functional assessment of your brain’s electrical activity. By measuring your brain function, mental health practitioners can better understand memory loss, cognitive impairment, and other stress-related issues. Brain Mapping is a simple and painless test that takes about 30-45 minutes to complete.

Why have a brain map?

The ability to “map” the brain provides much more information about the source of the issue versus you answering questions on a form. 

Major benefits of a brain map:

  • Assists in identifying problems with brain timing
  • Pinpoints specific areas of the brain that are not functioning optimally that can impact mood, behavior, attention, sleep, learning and more
  • May help explain why remedies tried up to that point haven’t worked

Brain Mapping at PranaMind

A brain map is a powerful framework and one of the most vital diagnostic tools available for use with people who have neurocognitive-based conditions. PranaMind uses a brain map to assess and evaluate your brainwaves to identify opportunities to improve communication between various regions of the brain—it is the basis your neurofeedback training (NFBT) protocol. 

To conduct the assessment, tiny sensors are placed on your scalp that measure the brain’s activity and brainwave. This is entirely non-invasive. no energy or electricity is put into your head. The equipment only “listens” to your brain waves—delta, theta, beta, alpha and creates a visual map for each lobe of the brain and each specific brain wave. The brain map summarizes your brain wave functions and symptoms, cognitive issues, and behavioral challenges. With this data, your specialist designs evidence-based NFBT protocols targeted to the specific problem area(s). Brain mapping is a key factor in your specialist being able to provide a repertoire of strategies that you can learn to control your brain.