Who Is It For?  |  Stress Management


Reduce stress naturally with the non-invasive NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback System.

NeurOptimal® neurofeedback training offers help for managing stress. Anyone can benefit from this safe brain training method and is effective for those who are under stress. Scroll down to learn the signs of stress, how NeurOptimal® offers help, read reviews and how to get started.


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What are the signs of stress?

We know it as waking up too early, being easy to anger, being in worry mode too often, not being able to relax when we try to, being distracted and not able to focus.

Dr. Mark Hyman, leading wellness doctor, describes stress as the #1 contributor to many health issues such as weight, hormone imbalance, heart health, and a key to staying healthy.

Everyone from the Heart Association, to the Mayo Clinic, to the National Institute on Mental Health, wants you to know how to identify stress and have a strategy for reducing it so that it doesn’t become chronic.


Read Also:

Feeling Overwhelmed? 4 Subtle Signs of Stress You Don't Want to Ignore

Neurofeedback Benefits 

Brain Training with NeurOptimal® helps you enhance...

  1. Learning capacity and executive functioning mental acuity (feeling more alert, focused, calm)

  1. Sleep management (more restful sleep, waking up feeling refreshed)
  2. It helps you de-stress and manage stress better
  3. Improves executive functioning, and mood and lets go of worries
  4. It can help with anti-ageing and brain fitness (peak performance, performance anxiety)


Can people with a stressful lifestyle benefit from neurofeedback training?

Yes. Every brain can, and especially individuals who live a stressful lifestyle. Why? Because the NeurOptimal@ software uses the second generation technology called Dynamical Neurofeedback®. That means every brain is getting real-time feedback about its maladaptive patterns. The most common one is the stress response. Read this article to learn about the Stress Response 3 zones and how habits are formed.

Training your brain with the NeurOptimal® system is an effective support for help with managing stress levels. As one of our clients stated:

"Neurofeedback has been a great way for me to feel less stressed-out. I used to have performance anxiety and a constant stream of worry. That has all changed! I can now engage more intimately with the present moment."


Webinars on Stress Management

Moving From Dysregulation to Emotional Self-Regulation

with Natalie Baker, LMHC and advanced NeurOptimal® neurofeedback trainer

Watch on YouTube 


Neurofeedback Training and Meditation - Do they give you the same results?

Learn how they are similar in how they can impact our focus, awareness, and brain functioning.

Watch on YouTube (6:35 min)


Anxious & Lonely Strategies for Self-Care

In this Webinar, psychotherapist Natalie Baker, MA, LMHC, discuss short and long-term strategies when feeling anxious and lonely.

Watch on YouTube (49:38 min)

NeurOptimal® Success Stories - Reviews from Clients

Thanks so much for loaning me the NFB (NeurOptimal) device. I can already tell I am breathing more properly. I’m often unconsciously in freeze response, holding my breath. This is brilliant! ❤️

– Emely in New Jersey

“The process is deceptively simple — being hooked up to a neurofeedback system, and sitting quietly. Afterwards there’s a subtle but powerful shift in feeling — I feel more present, and relaxed, and have greater well being. It’s been very effective in working with my stress levels.”

– Robert in NYC

We definitely like the results of NeurOptimal brain training and see some hope of more improvement. I am now thinking of just buying it so that we can train for a longer period of time.

– S. San Francisco (rented a home system for the family for one month and then bought a system)

Read Also:

Our Habitual Brain; Who Benefits From Neurofeedback Training?


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Top Stress-Relief Articles

Find ways to de-stress with tools such as self-awareness and neurofeedback training.  Read our top articles about stress management written by Therapists and Neurofeedback Trainers: