“My training has stuck and I’m sure it will stick for just about everybody else. If they put in the work they will achieve much better results and in that way the training will stick forever.
I think people from rehabs are definitely a market to target. When people become drug addicts/alcoholics they will for the rest of their lives be drug addicts/alcoholics. They will continue to crave for the rest of their lives. But it does get easier as time goes on. If I look at the people in recovery in the rehab that I was at, everyone is a nervous wreck and it has only been now that I am calmer, that I have realized this.
The training helps to speed up the recovery process so that you don’t feel so nervous/anxious while sorting out the main psychological reasons for being a drug addict at the same time, therefore reducing cravings and making the initial hard part of recovery so much easier. I relapsed after going to rehab and still craved meth, but the training has suppressed that a hell of a lot. There will always be triggers that might set you off and that’s where a clear brain and additional coping mechanisms that rehabs teach people come in. I have still had cravings since I’ve trained, but it has hardly been a craving in that sense. It’s just a thought that just as quickly as it enters my mind is forced out and I hardly take any notice. It also happens so very rarely that it does not concern me.”
“My motivation to do brain training was to get rid of my nicotine addiction, and that is no longer an issue. Using this technology I discovered how to switch off my thoughts and experience bliss. That allowed me to tap into my creativity at a whole new level. Its been an extraordinary journey.”
Realtor Help with Cognition.
“I no longer wake up in a fog, I am much more organized at work and I’ve been able to cut way down on my pain medication. This technology is amazing.”
IT Recruiter “When I first started Brain Training I noticed an immediate calming of my mind. I referred to it as a decrease in my overall irascibility factor. Some might describe this as an irritating white noise that is playing (always) in the back of my brain.
I noticed just how much the Brain Training was helping me when I stopped for a month and then came back to it. The results were immediate and even more dramatic. Where there had been disharmony and discord there was now some very welcome serenity. If pressed, I would describe this serenity as a radically reduced level of brain white noise resulting in an ability to better see the normal trials, tribulations, and challenges of life in any given day for what they really are.”