Neurocore is enlightened about the fact that many people need to go through cognitive therapies. Unfortunately, society is being destroyed by doctors who are prescribing people with drugs as quick fixes for their psychological problem. This results in people who are addicted to drugs, and who have altered personalities. Problems that could have been resolved with non-invasive sessions at Neurocore are prolonged and are turned into more problems with the addition hard, prescribed medications. Follow Neurocore on Twitter.
The fact that medications for brain problems are wrongfully prescribed is a part of a larger problem that has plagued the United States for many years: the problem of too many, unnecessary meds being prescribed to people. The problem has especially shown itself in the fact that opioids have been overprescribed to people for many years. The sheer danger and addictiveness of opioids put them at the forefront of the problem. Drug companies bribed doctors to prescribe opioids to patients. This also happens with other medications, such as the ones that people take for conditions such as depression and ADHD. Throughout the years, unsuspecting and uneducated patients who did not truly understand the addictiveness of opioids, or have the willpower to deal with them, succumbed to serious addictions. Various doctors acted as “pill mills” by constantly prescribing people unnecessary opiates.
Neurocore does not partake in prescribing people unnecessary pills to take. They put a lot of thought and energy into solving people’s problems by monitoring their brain activities, monitoring their breathing and teaching them how to breath. Neurocore is not a company of pill pushers. They figure out what each client’s problem are, and they work with each person to solve those problems. Throughout the course of thirty sessions, people can greatly improve themselves with brain training. Neurocore is a godsend for those who want to actually fix their problems instead of covering their problems up with ridiculous methods such as taking prescribed drugs. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.