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Anxiety, Sleep Issues, and Tourettes Syndrome Are the Main Issues in Brain Training Today: August 23, 2009

Yes, at Brain Training Centers of Florida, we are helping people with their issues even on Sunday. We are open seven days a week in order to be of maximum service to our clients. Today we are providing brain wave optimization with real time balancing for six different clients. Their ages range from 13 to 55. Their issues include but are not limited to: Tourette’s Syndrome, anxiety, depression, fear, fatigue, sleep issues, pain, stroke recovery, and brain injury.

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In Brain Training Today: July 14, 2009

Today at The Brain Trainng Centers of Florida we are brain training seven different people today. They are coming in for brain wave optimization to benefit from the neuroplasticity of their brains to improve how their brains function. The issues we are helping people work through include, anger (pent up for decades), rage, sexual abuse (childhood), rape recovery, abandonment issues, betrayal issues, anxiety, panic attacks, emotion suppressment, alcoholism and drug addiction, focus issues, student trying to improve brain functioning, twitching, longterm depression, general sadness, symptoms of hepatitis, symptoms of AIDS, and chronic fatigue.

Several of our clients today stated that they were doing much better already!!!!

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Sleep Apnea May Cause Brain Damage

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) – one of the most common of all sleep disorders – can cause brain damage. That’s the word from a French study of 16 adults, each recently diagnosed with sleep apnea.

The study, published in the March 2009 issue of The Journal of Sleep research, found a loss of “gray matter” – brain tissues that contains nerve fibers and nerve cell bodies – in apnea patients. There was also a decrease in brain metabolism. The authors suggest that these changes may explain some of the impairments that occur in people with sleep apnea.

Moreover, a report from a UCLA research team and published in the June 2008 Neuroscience Letters reported that people with sleep apnea have tissue loss in the “mammillary bodis” – regions of the brain involved in memory storage. The UCLA study included 41 individuals with moderate to severe sleep apnea and 69 control subjects matched by age. Subjects with sleep apnea showed extensive alterations in “white matter” nerve tissue in the brain that contains fivers insulated with myelin – a white, fatty sheath.

The structural changes appear in brain regions involved in mood control and memory, areas that also play a role in adjusting blood pressure. The authors suggest that sleep apnea, which involves breathing pauses that can occur hundreds of times during a night of sleep, causes dramatic reduction in blood and oxygen levels in the brain

For more information, see the Web site of The American Academy of Sleep Medicine: www.Sleepeducation.com

Francis J. (Skip) Flynn, Psy. D.
7740 Southwest 52 Avenue
Miami, Florida 33143
(305) 271-0973

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In Brain Training Today: June 1, 2009

Today we are brain training 5 different people with the following issues; Lyme’s disease, fatigue, depression, pain, sleep issues, anger, anxiety, panic attacks, stress, affects of fetal alcohol syndrome, eating disorder, and alcoholism/drug addiction.

We are very excited about the opportunity to continue to help our clients with the issues listed above, utilizing the Brain State Technologies systems of brain optimization with real time balancing, achieve the change availed to us by the neuroplasticity of the brain.

-Geoff Cole

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In Brain Training Today: May 30, 2009

We are brain training six different people with many different issues. The issues we are helping people to conquer today include, but are not limited to; alcoholism/drug addiction, anxiety, anger, depression, Lyme’s disease, fetal-alcohol syndrome, panic attacks, fear based decision making, negative subconscious thought patterns, childhood sexual abuse, trauma, and physical pain. All of our clients today are already reporting that they are feeling better from brain training with us in the last several days.

Geoff Cole

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