LOS ANGELES, March 2, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Dr. Elena Eustache, the founder of the Eustache Institute, has successfully helped patients who suffer from Alzheimer's disease, improve their quality of life with Neurofeedback therapy. This mode of treatment helps control the symptoms related to the illness while preventing new symptoms from arising. Alzheimer disease is the most common type of Dementia that begins with slight memory loss and affects the way a person responds to their surroundings and everyday activities, such as preparing breakfast, cleaning their home or having a casual conversation.
“The valuable results that neurofeedback therapy can provide to those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia are miraculous and raising awareness about this method of treatment is imperative,” says Dr. Eustache. It’s truly rewarding and touches my heart. Numerous patients, I’ve treated have experienced an overall improvement in their memory, leading to improved cognitive behavior. For instance, I have a patient who is 101 years old, and when her family brought her to the Eustache Institute, she couldn’t make eye contact, recognize her family or feed herself — she was unable to lift her arms. However, after just two weeks of treatment, all of that has changed. She’s able to recognize her family again, and her motor skills have improved greatly.”
The valuable results that neurofeedback therapy can provide to those suffering from Alzheimer's disease are miraculous. Raising awareness about this method of treatment for those who suffer from Alzheimer disease is imperative.
Dr. Elena Eustache, Neurofeedback Therapy Specialist/Therapist
During a neurofeedback therapy session, Dr. Eustache utilizes an EEG (brainwave feedback machine) to observe the patient’s brain waves. As soon as the regions of the brain, causing the symptoms are located, Dr. Eustache will teach the patient how to retrain their brain by engaging them in a variety of brain exercises designed to maximize the healthy parts of their brain. As a result, healthier brain patterns are established, ensuring a peaceful and calm state of mind, with improved focus, concentration, and cognitive motor skills. Furthermore, Dr. Eustache recommends that Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients receive treatments on a daily basis.
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, for the year 2017, more than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease and by the year 2050, this number could rise to 6 million.
About Neurofeedback Therapy
Neurofeedback, also called electroencephalogram (EEG), is a highly effective, non-invasive form of therapy with zero side effects that can help those with neurological issues. For example, as a person is treated for a neurological disorder, the patient will wear an electro cap so the specialist can monitor the brain waves through the EEG machine. Immediately, the specialist and the client are instantly provided with the information needed to detect the parts of the brain that aren’t working properly or as efficiently in conjunction with the rest of the brain. Furthermore, the specialist is afforded the opportunity to zone in on the specific areas with focused “brain training” exercises, therefore helping the patient retrain their brain to create healthier brain patterns.
About Dr. Elena Eustache
Dr. Elena Eustache has a Ph.D. in Psychology and Cognitive Behavior Therapy and specializes in Neurofeedback Therapy, in addition to being a relationship expert- coach. Dr. Eustache is dedicated to helping her patients live the healthy and successful life they’ve always dreamed of and deserve.
About Eustache Institute
Eustache Institute, established in 2009, founded by Dr. Elena Eustache, specializes in treating neurological disorders such as, but not limited to, PTSD, Autism, Alzheimer’s, Depression, Anxiety, Addiction, and ALS, with Neurofeedback Therapy, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, and Cognitive Behavior Therapy. The Eustache Institute also offers relationship counseling. You can read more about the Eustache Institute by visiting www.EustacheInstitute.com
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Source: The Eustache Institute