Adults may be suffering from reduced cognitive function for a variety of reasons. Stress can have an impact on the brain's functioning properly. Individuals who have faced life-long struggles with dyslexia, reading comprehension and/or ADD/ADHD can find relief from their symptoms through this treatment. Closed head injuries can also have serious impact on function. These reasons as well as achieving peak performance of your functions are reasons for exploring brain integration.
Children and Young Adults:
Children who have been diagnosed with learning or processing disorders may in fact simply need to have their brain integrated for the symptoms to be addressed and alleviated. Some emotional and behavioral issues may also be tied to processing within the brain. These issues often result in a diminished self-image further compounding the learning difficulty.
Neural Integration can address many of the issues caused by an institutional setting. Thus allowing the child to actualize their potential. By addressing these issues your child can have a positive experience in school, become a happy member of your family and develop healthy emotional attachments.
Some Signs of Potential Learning Stress:
Short attention span
Lack of self-confidence
Poor reading ability
Poor reading comprehension
Sensory integration issues
Inability to finish projects
Letter or number reversal
Poor eye/hand coordination
Restlessness or impatience
Poor organizational skills
Difficulty following or giving directions
'Giving up' on frustrating activities
These problems are potential indicators of learning difficulties, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder (ADD) with or without hyperactivity and are usually caused by stress, whether environmental, emotional or cultural.