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In addition to or in combination with traditional therapies NeuroThrive Networks has increasingly found that incorporating technology-based therapies and smart devices in the treatment of mental health issues results in excellent benefits for clients.  If you want to stay up to date with the latest information and research in the field of mental health, please go through the resources provided on this page. The team at NeuroThrive Networks works hard to bring you all the latest information emerging from the neurosciences, psychology, medicine, technology and other fields that are contributing to advances in our ability to enhance mental health and promote your thriving life!

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    Brain scanning backpack brings neuroscience to real world
  • COVID 19
    CMHA reporting local drop in people in crisis reaching out for help Scientists may have discovered the Achilles’ heel of the coronavirus Faeronabs promise powerful inhalable protection against covid 19 COVID-19 as an Acute Inflammatory Disease Rare covid related inflammatory disease affecting children Photobiomodulation treatment of Covid-19 Coronavirus and the brain diagnosing and treating covid-19s neurological effects The risks: know them, avoid them How to be resilient during a pandemic The immediate impact of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on subjective sleep status ‘AeroNabs’ Promise Powerful, Inhalable Protection Against COVID-19 Frequent neurologic manifestations and encephalopathy‐associated morbidity in Covid‐19 patients
  • Inflammation
    Characterization of Mast Cell Activation Syndrome
  • Worry and Anxiety
    What is anxiety?
  • Mental Health
    A way forward for mental health
  • Quantitative MRI
    Quantitative MRI in Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Kids and trauma
    Nine ways to ensure your mindfulness teaching practice is trauma informed
  • Children’s Mental Health
    Some children are more likely to suffer depression long after being bullied
  • Sleep
    How we sleep today may forecast when Alzheimer’s disease begins Crash Course on Healthy Sleep Hygiene How Getting Rest Helps Repair Your Brain Hypnotherapy Promises Hope for Insomnia Sufferers 13 Tips for Improving Your Sleep Quality
  • Left-Handed DNA
    Left-handed DNA found – and it changes brain structure
  • Nightmares
    Nightmare Scenario
  • Memory
    The Web of Memories (PDF) How does the brain link events to form a memory? Study reveals unexpected mental processes How Does Excess Body Fat Threaten Memory? Brain’s ‘updating mechanisms’ may create false memories Can computer use, crafts and games slow or prevent age-related memory loss?
  • Benefits of Exercise
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  • Brain Networks and Optimization
    How Matter Becomes Mind (PDF)
  • Key to Unlocking your Larger-than-Life Dream
    Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit (Podcast)
  • Developmental/Complex Trauma
    Timing of Early-Life Stress and the Development of Brain-Related Capacities
  • Environment and the Brain
    Mounting Evidence Says Trees – But Not Grass – Improve Our Mental Health. Here’s Why
  • Brain Injury
    Brain injury common in domestic violence
  • Concussion
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  • Gut/Bacteria/Brain
    Bacteria in the Gut Have a Direct Line to the Brain The ‘NEURO Method’ Is the Neurologist-Approved Way to Protect Brain Health Association between gut bacteria and emotion, suggests study
  • Brain Food
    Smelling food makes you get fat Power Foods for the Brain
  • Brain Training
    A randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled parallel trial of closed-loop infraslow brain training in food addiction The recipe for happiness and success? Try compassion How to get smarter every day according to neuroscience
  • Meditation and the Brain
    How Meditation Can Reshape Our Brains: Sara Lazar at TEDxCambridge 2011
  • Brain Signature
    Neuroscientists Discover Each Of Us Has A Distinct Brain Signature: Could It Be Used To Predict Your Job Potential? Scientists find neurons that make an alpha male
  • Calm Your Mind
    Two Surprisingly Powerful Ways To Calm Your Mind
  • Ultrasound and the Brain
    Aiming ultrasound at the brain raises hope of new treatments
  • Parkinson’s Disease
    Are Disrupted Circadian Rhythms an Early Warning Sign for Parkinson’s? Can gut infection trigger Parkinson’s disease? Parkinson’s: New study associates oxidative stress with the spreading of aberrant proteins
  • Multiple Sclerosis
    Cell types affected in brains of multiple sclerosis patients pinpointed
  • Autism
    Diving Deeper Into the Metabolism of the Autistic Brain
  • Brain
    Is the Brain Fixed or Flexible When Tracking Objects? The Brains of Lonely People Activate Differently When Thinking About Others Your breath is your brain’s remote control
  • Brain Health
    20 Must-Know Facts To Harness Neuroplasticity And Improve Brain Health
  • Stress
    Study Could Explain How Stress Encourages Stomach Ulcers Brain circuit linking stress, insomnia and the immune system discovered
  • Alzheimer’s disease
    How we sleep today may forecast when Alzheimer’s disease begins Fruits, Tea May Help Fend Off Alzheimer’s Disease It’s time to act: the challenges of Alzheimer’s and Dementia for women (PDF) Targeting early brain inflammation may slow down Alzheimer’s Impaired learning linked to family history of Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s Gene Could Have Cognitive Impacts in Childhood Just 1 night of bad sleep boosts amyloid beta in brain Ten Signs of Alzheimer’s disease (Youtube)
  • Dementia
    Lifestyle Changes Can Offset Genetic Dementia Risk Healthy lifestyle may offset genetic risk of dementia Coping strategy therapy for family dementia carers works long-term Drug reverses age-related cognitive decline within days
  • Neuro Stimulation Treatment
    How the Human Brain Is So Resilient Bellabee reviews Novel therapy administered after TBI prevents brain damage
  • Brain Networks
    Area of brain linked to spatial awareness and planning also plays role in decision making
  • New Discoveries
    Neuroscientists Think They’ve Found a Previously Unknown Form of Neural Communication Neuroscientists Accidentally Discovered a Whole New Role For The Cerebellum
  • Research
    Our Brains May be 100 Times More Powerful Than We Thought Typewriting does not promote the same neurophysiological processes as handwriting, study finds
  • Optimizing Supplements
    Combined L-citrulline and glutathione supplementation increases the concentration of markers indicative of nitric oxide synthesis MCT Oil: Health Benefits and Common Uses
  • Addictions
    ADHD and Substance Use: Current Evidence and Treatment Considerations
  • Treatment for Addictions
    Neurofeedback helps stop the “revolving door” of addiction. Neurofeedback in Recovery Substance Abuse & Addiction: Neurofeedback therapy research Neurofeedback Therapy: How Does Neurofeedback Work For Drug Addiction? Brain imaging may help identify teens at risk of increasing alcohol use
  • Addictions in Teens
    About 44% of high school seniors who misuse prescription drugs have multiple drug sources
  • Cutting Edge Technologies
    On the Nature of Explanations Offered by Network Science: A Perspective From and for Practicing Neuroscientists The Smartphone Brain Scanner: A Portable Real-Time Neuroimaging System (PDF)
  • Cutting Edge Therapies
    How to Prevent Brain Degeneration and Keep Your Brain Healthy with Dr. Greg Eckel
  • Conferences and Summits
    Brain degeneration summit
  • Photobiomodulation
    Photobiomodulation Directly Benefits Primary Neurons Functionally Inactivated by Toxins Neuroprotective Effects Against POCD by Photobiomodulation: Evidence from Assembly/Disassembly of the Cytoskeleton Molecular Targets for Low Level Light Therapy Shining light on the head: Photobiomodulation for brain disorders Red and NIR light dosimetry in the human deep brain Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) Vielight Review – Does Red Light On The Brain & Up The Nose Improve Cognitive Function?
  • Aging
    Age-related differences in network structure and dynamic synchrony of cognitive control Aging of lymphoid organs: Can photobiomodulation reverse age-associated thymic involution via stimulation of extrapineal melatonin synthesis and bone marrow stem cells?
  • Resilience
    Driven – virtual resilience coach results 2019 7 Mindsets That Undercut Your Mental Strength and Resilience Tired of procrastinating? To overcome it, take the time to understand it Resilience in a minute (videos) Living in Survival vs Living in Creation (Dr. Joe Dispenza)
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
    What is ADHD? Neurobiology of ADHD – A Primer
  • Neurofeedback
    Neurofeedback: An Efficacious Treatment for Behavioral Health (PDF)
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