Anxiety is readily seen with qEEG, which shows the “racing” brain’s hyperarousal, with abnormal amplitudes of faster, beta brain waves in the high beta EEG bands.

The ability to differentiate the over aroused from the under aroused brain is incredibly important with children, as both issues affect self-regulation and the ability to quietly focus – but must be treated quite differently to avoid making symptoms worse.

Neurofeedback is highly effective at calming the racing brain that characterizes anxiety in both children and adults, whether the cause in situational or inherited, allowing people to function at their best.

Gray Matters has an impressive record with the treatment of anxiety, as the following sample of pre- and post-treatment qEEGs illustrate:

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