The Fourth Industrial Revolution Meets the Sleep Revolution

February 1st, 2016 - By admin in Athletic/Performance Enhancement, Neurofeedback News, Sleep

The conversations at Davos this year are a blueprint for a wider definition of success, one that recognizes that in our quest for a competitive edge and enhanced performance, we actually stand to gain from putting our humanity, well-being, and sense of purpose at the center. Full Article: Huffington Post, “The Fourth Industrial Revolution Meets the Sleep Revolution”

Concussion Detection in 2015 (And What Is Still Unknown)

January 6th, 2016 - By admin in Athletic/Performance Enhancement, Mild/Traumatic Brain Injury, Neurofeedback News

Does playing football cause permanent brain damage? The answer is not so straightforward. We are likely to learn a lot more about the subject in 2016, but scientists are only beginning to understand the details of how concussions—also a serious problem in the military—damage the brain. Better concussion diagnostics will give scientists and physicians a more detailed understanding of brain injury, and will help doctors … Continue reading

Cutting Sugar Improves Children’s Health

October 27th, 2015 - By admin in Athletic/Performance Enhancement

Findings in a new study add to the argument that all calories are not created equal, and they suggest that those calories from sugar are especially likely to contribute to Type 2 diabetes and other metabolic diseases, which are on the rise in children. Full Article: The New York Times, “Cutting Sugar Improves Children’s Health in Just 10 Days”

Why Your Morning Routine Isn’t Working, and How to Fix it

October 20th, 2015 - By admin in Athletic/Performance Enhancement, Sleep

Don’t go from zero to 60 with your mornings; slowly change your habits over time. Start the day right with a morning routine that feeds your mind. You want to be realistic about how much you can fit into your morning and then come up with a few impactful activities. Full Article: lifehaker, “Why Your Morning Routine Isn’t Working, and How to Fix it”

Competitive Environment Complicates Decisions About Head Injuries

May 6th, 2015 - By admin in Athletic/Performance Enhancement, Mild/Traumatic Brain Injury, Neurofeedback News

Injuries sustained by several players in high profile cases have troubled concussion activists. They say that despite clear progress in the recognition and treatment of head injuries in soccer, it is often up to the injured athlete or that athlete’s coach to determine when an injury requires removal from play. Mandatory stoppages and temporary substitutions have been proposed and discussed by FIFA, soccer’s world governing … Continue reading