La solution neuroscientifique d'entraînement cérébral à la relaxation
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Déjà plus de 15 000 sessions effectuées par notre communauté,

et des résultats concrets

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La pratique du neurofeedback influe sur de nombreux aspects de la vie quotidienne


Amélioration du sommeil

• S’endormir plus vite

• Sommeil plus réparateur

• Réduction des insomnies


Condition physique optimisée

• Diminution des tensions musculaires et douleurs chroniques

• Facilitation de la digestion

• Diminution de la fatigue

• Regain d’énergie


Meilleure humeur

• Amélioration de l’humeur

• Baisse de l’irritabilité

• Meilleure estime de soi / se sentir plus confiant

• Amélioration de la motivation au quotidien


Attention & performance accrues

• Amélioration des performances cognitives

• Amélioration du contrôle attentionnel et de la capacité à éviter les distractions

• Amélioration de la mémoire de travail

• Apprentissage procédural

• Meilleure capacité à se recentrer sur l’instant présent


Plus grande maîtrise de soi

• Meilleure maîtrise de soi

• Plus grand sang froid

• Meilleure capacité à prendre des décisions

• Meilleure capacité à maintenir une hygiène de vie


Conscience de soi approfondie

• Meilleure connaissance de soi

• Savoir lâcher prise


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