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Dr. Chandra is a Harvard & Yale trained psychiatrist committed to improving outcomes in psychiatry. She specializes in integrative & functional medicine approaches.

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Brain Mapping – Intro

 

What is qEEG Brain Mapping?

Our brain cells communicate via electrical impulses, called brainwaves. These waves vary in speed and are associated with different activities, from problem-solving to sleep. The relative amounts and interactions between each type of brainwave affects how we think and feel: too much of one type might contribute to anxiety, too little of it might contribute to poor focus.

The good news is that we can actually encourage new brainwave behavior: we can teach the brain to increase one type of wave, for instance, or to balance the relationship between waves. This is one of neurotherapy’s primary goals, and the first step is to measure a person’s current brainwave behavior, through a process called brain mapping.

 


Sample images from brain maps, showing brainwave patterns & correlating diagnoses.

Sample images from brain maps, showing brainwave patterns & correlating diagnoses.

  

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