Brain Health Series: Brain Mapping (qEEG) with Dr. Yoshi Rahm
October 28 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Learn about Brain Mapping with Dr. Yoshi Rahm. The brain is a bio- electrico- magneto- chemical organ and the biochemical activity within and between neurons produces tiny, but detectable electrical waves, often measuring just a few millionths of a volt. The brain is the most complex organ in the human body and plays a vital role in nearly every bodily function. When the brain is “broken,” out of balance, or not working properly, it can affect our overall health in many ways and to varying degrees.
While MRIs and CAT Scans do show structural changes in the brain, they do not show how well the brain is functioning. That’s where Brain Mapping comes in. There are several different types of brain waves (Beta, Alpha, Theta an Delta), each with their own purpose, and Brain Mapping helps measure these brain waves and shows how each area of the brain is functioning at appropriate times. Many of the health conditions related to poor brain function are:
- ADHD & Learning Issues
- Addiction & Abuse
- Anxiety & Stress
- Brain Injury & Concussion
- Chronic Pain & Fatigue
- Epilepsy & Seizures
- Insomnia & Sleep Issues
- Memory Loss
- And More
The qualitative EEG, or Brain Mapping, can assist us in assessing brain function, check overall brain health, and correctly diagnose brain-related health issues. Think of brain mapping as a ‘cognoscopy’. It provides valuable and actionable health data.
General Tuition: $5
CC101 Members: Free
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