Neurocore and Their Efforts In the Midst of an ADHD Epidemic

Published / by TheRugbyUnion

ADHD has shown a dramatic increase in today’s youth. Children are being reported as having as a diagnosis much more often. In fact, out of all disorders that consistently affect the mind, ADHD has been proven to be the most common disorder affecting children today. It’s not only children who are so strongly affected by this condition. Among adults, women aged 24 through 36 are the most common to gender and age group to seek out help with the condition. They make up only a percentage of adults of 4% of the world’s population who are being affected by this condition.


Thankfully, options for treatment are being expanded upon as the condition grows in size. Even though we appear to currently be facing an epidemic of astronomical percentages of the human populace being affected by the condition, there are certainly options. It goes without saying that the more options that become available for the treatment of ADHD, the more people that will be reached. The same applies for spreading awareness of the condition and how detrimental it is as a society to allow children and adults to go untreated without giving the proper attention for those suffering. Neurotherapy is one of these many therapies. It continues to be developed as we become more aware of certain aspects of ADHD, along with greater knowledge about other brain conditions and how they work.


One of the US leading organizations in Neurotherapy research, Neurocore has been around for over a decade. The company Neurocore provides what is called Neurofeedback, which is a type of physically repetitive training that allows patients who are receiving neurotherapy sessions a means by which they can regain control of their lives. Neurofeedback is a type of technique that Neurocore stands behind, along with biofeedback sessions.


Neurocore works by monitoring brainwaves with a quantitative electroencephalogram and by providing helpful tools for those suffering with ADHD, such as a Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) that children with ADHD receive in order to allow them to keep track of their personal behaviors. By working with patients for over 14 years, Neurocore has managed to help countless individuals in regaining control over how their brain works.