Now Available: Neuro+ Attention Training Software

After 4 years of development, we’re happy to announce that Neuro+ is now available to the public.
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What is Neuro+?
Neuro+ is a game-based attention training program designed to
help individuals, especially those with ADHD, exercise their brain in order to develop and improve their attention skills.How does it work?Neuro+ incorporates neurofeedback, motion-biofeedback,
and go/no-go cognitive training to help improve focus,
body self-control, and impulse-control. Below is a brief description of each training tool:Neurofeedback: Users wear a dry, wireless, easy-to-use EEG headset and play a training game that challenges them to focus in order to advance through a series of fun and engaging exercises.
Motion-biofeedback: While playing the training game, users must maintain complete control of their bodies and remain absolutely still in order to avoid costly point penalties.
Go/no-go training: To practice impulse control, users are challenged with “go/no-go tasks” requiring them to quickly and accurately respond to stimuli and ignore distractions.
Most users see results after only 6 weeks of training 30 minutes per day, 2-3 times per week.
Is it effective for ADHD?
Neuro+ provides detailed analytics of users performance and improvement over time.
Neuro+ provides detailed analytics of users performance and improvement over time.

There is overwhelming evidence supporting neurofeedback as an effective tool for improving attention skills in individuals suffering from ADHD. In fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics classifies neurofeedback as a Level 1 – Best Support Treatment for ADHD, the same rating given to medications and cognitive behavioral therapy.

Dozens of clinical studies have shown the protocols used in Neuro+ to be effective for improving focus and reducing hyperactivity/impulsivity. Below are some recent findings from the scientific literature, with more research available on our website www.neuropl.us

Duric et al. (2012): Neurofeedback for the treatment of children and adolescents with ADHD: a randomized and controlled clinical trial using parental reports. Neurofeedback improves attention and reduces hyperactivity as well as methylphenidate (Ritalin®). http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-244X/12/107

Steiner et al. (2014): Neurofeedback and Cognitive Attention Training for Children with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Schools. Neurofeedback produces sustained improvements in attention after only 3 months of training. http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/early/2014/02/11/peds.2013-2059.abstract

How do I sign up?
Please visit http://www.neuropl.us to sign up and learn more. You can see Neuro+ in action in the video below: