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Benefits of Neurotherapy with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is fast becoming a more recognized illness that is diagnosed more and more in the medical communities. CFS can be seen mostly in women, but is becoming more prevalent in men as well. Neurotherapy training appears to impact the regulation of arousal (autonomic nervous system), and it increases the brain’s regulation on its own functions (self-regulation).  By increasing the brain’s ability to self-regulate, we may be increasing the ability of the person to manage symptoms and challenges related to this condition. Completion of the training may take a few months.