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Use of neurofeedback is not limited to the playing field, boardroom and classroom.
The Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback has told the story of one talented musician and how biofeedback helped take his musicianship to the next level.
Experts agree that top performance sometimes calls for more than hard work, talent and repetition. Research has indicated you can train your brain to help you achieve goals in a number of fields. Neurofeedback can help cut down on stress and remove barriers that are holding back your innate abilities.
The journal Biofeedback tells the story of a young cellist who came to fulfill the full potential of his talents – and get rid of migraine headaches that had long plagued him.
Stress reduction tools, training in mental imagery, psychology and psycho-physiological technology are coming together to help numerous people achieve their goals.
For example, singers can better comprehend and thus interpret musical selections, allowing them to bring emotion to their music – all leading to a much improved performance.
William, the young cellist, was plagued by migraine headaches on nearly a daily basis.
The training he turned to in an effort to regain health and the ability to play did not simply focus on manageing his migraines. Instead, his training focused on William the person, and William the performer.
By working through his flashes of self-criticism, obsessiveness, anxiety and fear, the headaches also could be addressed.
William’s training utilized neurofeedback, with sensors used to read his brainwaves. These were then analyzed with special software. Feedback to the brain was delivered via visual display and sound.
With this information, the brain can teach itself to self-correct. The technology helps people move beyond that awful moment when they are obsessed over whether they have hit the proper note.
With neurofeedback, coaching and guided imagery helping him reach decisions about his musical choices, William moved beyond problems that he had encountered in the past.
At his college’s senior concert, William gave the kind of performance he dreamed about: relaxed and confident.
The audience responded by giving him a well-deserved standing ovation.
At Advanced Health & Performance Institute, we can help you achieve the same kind of results that William did.
Don’t let anxiety and overthinking cause your performance to fall short of your top potential.
Contact Advanced Health today to learn how we can help you get a standing ovation – and allow you to perform your best on a consistent basis.