QEEG, Neurofeedback, Neuromeditation
The QEEG (quantitative electroencephalography) is a form of analysis of the EEGs in which the measured EEG parameters such as frequency, amplitude and connectivity are represented graphically in form of so-called brainmaps.
By comparing your QEEG with a large evaluated reputable database, it is possible for us to see and interpret your unique pattern of mental strengths and weaknesses-areas of the brain. We can see where there is too little or too much activity, as well as areas that do not coordinate their activity optimally or do not work together efficiently.
When we see which areas are under or above normal activity, we can predict what kind of symptoms result from them.
For example, if certain areas of attention of the brain work poorly and you have difficulties to be attentive, we know exactly where you need to train to help you to regulate yourself more efficiently.
We use QEEGs for our first assessment and for tracking your progress. An EEG uses surface sensors to measure, filter out and detect the electrical patterns of the brain (so-called brain waves). Those electrical patterns, the activity of the brain are important for us. An EEG shows us what your brain is doing from one moment to the next. It is not invasive and perfectly painless. An EEG or QEEG is similar to a heart monitor or an HR watch that only detects your heart rate. The sensors only record the electrical activity of the brain; It’s not invasive in any way.
A QEEG can identify not only brainwaves, their amplitude, their location and whether these patterns are typical or abnormal, but also the coherence (quality of communication between regions) and phase (thought speed). These are all decisive patterns that are involved in an optimal mental function.
As a result of this measurement, we are able to assess your current mental performance, assign symptoms and create an individual neurofeedback training program to reduce symptoms and/or increase your performance.