How Well Does Your Brain Work?


4:51pm 20th January 2017

Promoted by The Brain Collective

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How often do you think about your brain? Probably not that often. But how often do you use your brain? Every single second. Considering how important your brain is to you, does that strike you as odd?

Stray FM would like to introduce you to The Brain Collective. Located in Harrogate, it was set up by Melanie and Maria, who, after their own personal journeys, decided to bring the life changing neurotherapy to Yorkshire. The techniques that The Brain Collective use are scientifically proven, commonly used in other parts of the world, and have the power to completely alter and improve the lives of a huge variety of people.

Melanie looking at Brain Map

Some of the issues that they can help include:

  • Anxiety
  • Autism
  • Cognitive Brightening
  • Depression
  • Chronic & Degenerative Disorders (CFS, ME, fibromyalgia, Parkinson's, Alzheimers)
  • Epilepsy
  • Insomnia

The first step for anyone undergoing treatment is to have what The Brain Collective call a 'Brain Map'. Next month we'll be exploring how this works by sending a Stray FM presenter to have one done (yes we did have to reassure him that they can't read his thoughts).

Find out more about the incredible work that Maria, Melanie and Paula do at The Brain Collective by listening to this.

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