What conditions are treated with PrTMS?
When someone is in a high state of fear or stress, the brain’s electrical activity varies from normal brainwaves. PrTMS can restore brainwaves to normal functioning, thereby relieving the anxiety.
For years, psychological experts have known that some regions of the brain correlate with emotions and mood. They have also learned that the brainwaves of people who live with depression are different from the brainwaves of those who don’t. When brainwaves are irregular, it means that nerves are not firing in the way they should, which results in depressive symptoms. PrTMS can help people with depression by changing their brainwaves to optimal functioning.
After experiencing a traumatic event, brainwave patterns can change, reflecting neuron activity changes. These electrical changes cause the symptoms of PTSD. PrTMS can change brainwaves and restore them to normal, improving PTSD symptoms.
Children and adults with ADHD often have difficulty controlling their emotions, staying focused and on-task, and planning and carrying out goal-oriented activities. The root cause of ADHD is typically faulty brain activity or irregular brainwaves. In other words, children with ADHD aren’t purposely acting out; they’re struggling because their brains can’t take in all the information correctly. PrTMS is a safe option for kids and adults to help regulate brainwave activity, so they can get relief from their symptoms.
Historically, the electroencephalograms (EEGs) of people with sleep disorders have irregular brainwaves, compared to the brain activity in people with no sleep issues. With regular PrTMS treatments, brain activity becomes more regulated, thus improving any problems caused by unhealthy brainwaves.
After sustaining a concussion, brainwave activity changes. A concussion is a serious injury that requires medical attention. Even if the symptoms seem mild, it’s important to rule out any possibility of brain swelling or a skull fracture. In many cases, irregular brainwaves will regulate themselves as the person heals, but if they have post-concussion syndrome, this means that their brain activity has not returned to normal. This can be treated with PrTMS.
While the exact cause of brain fog is not fully understood, it is thought to be linked to poor sleep, stress, and certain medical conditions. PrTMS helps relieve symptoms of brain fog by improving communication between different areas of the brain.
High-stress jobs, sports, and other activities can cause the brain to become overloaded. This can lead to a decrease in performance. PrTMS can help by reducing stress and anxiety, which can disrupt brainwave activity. This, in turn, will improve focus and concentration.