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LENS (Low Energy Neurofeedback System) therapy is a non-invasive neurofeedback approach using low-energy electromagnetic pulses of low amplitude that allow the brain waves that may be stuck in a dysfunctional pattern to reset. 

Questionnaires are given to clients to tailor the intervention to the individual. LENS can address a variety of neurological issues and conditions from mental health such as PTSD, ADHD, anxiety, to traumatic brain injuries, stroke, migraines and concussions. Specific to addiction LENS can be useful for impulse control and reduction of cravings. LENS works by providing feedback to the brain in the form of disruptive and low-energy electromagnetic pulses.

Sessions are short and  the client rarely feels anything.  A few very sensitive people may feel a mild tingling feeling. The technique leverages the neuroplasticity of the brain to induce changes in brain function. It disrupts the brainwave momentarily allowing the brain to use the resource and reset.  It is safe and with minimal and temporary side effects. 

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