Wednesday, October 12, 2011


We all have difficulty at one time or other in our lives when we can’t sit still, pay attention, or control impulsive behavior. However, for some children and adults this problem can be so overwhelming that it interferes with their daily lives at home, at school, at work, and in social settings. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD) is characterized by developmentally inappropriate impulsivity, inattention, and in some cases, hyperactivity. It is most often diagnosed just on observed behavior.
Parents with AD/HD children can find their behaviors difficult to endure. At the same time those who are suffering with AD/HD symptoms can find it is a huge blow to self-esteem. Until recently, it was believed that children outgrew AD/HD in adolescence. However, it is now known that AD/HD symptoms can continue into adulthood. In fact, AD/HD does not develop spontaneously in adults. If you have AD/HD as an adult then you had AD/HD symptoms as a child even if they went undiagnosed.
It is common that children and adults who are affected by AD/HD are quite bright. Children with AD/HD become bored quickly, can't sit still, and are always moving. They often act first without thinking. These actions are commonly diagnosed as AD/HD. However, the same actions and behaviors can be seen with those extremely bright children who are not being challenged enough by school or their environment. In some instances children are both AD/HD and gifted. In these cases they are referred to as “Twice-Gifted” or “Twice-Exceptional.” These children have unique problems. High intellect can cause AD/HD to go undiagnosed. The AD/HD too can cause giftedness to go unnoticed.

AudioVisual Entrainment helps them to calm down anxiety, impulsivity and focus issues while allowing them to slow down and think more clearly. It also helps rid them of sensory integration issues which make extraneous sounds and lights so distracting.
Sound therapy to improve auditory processing and behavior, Cognitive training to help with memory and recall, and vision training to help their eyes work together can make huge improvements in both acdemics and sports.

So for those who have AD/HD there is an answer. AudioVisual Entrainment is a unique program that offers an alternative to dangerous drugs and years of failure. It is an easy way to retrain your brain to function optimally for better attention, focus and impulsivity.

Email us at or call 480-295-5972. BioEnergetics Solutions shall be more than happy to work with you in providing alternative solutions to wellness!

1 comment:

  1. The Fine Print:
    Epileptics and Photo-Epileptics should NOT use AVE without the consent of their physician. Persons with a history of brain seizures, mental disorders or alcohol
    and/or drug abuse also should not use the AVE unless under the supervision of their medical doctor.

    AVE is not recognized as a treatment or cure of any medical condition or disability. However, research suggests that the AVE is an effective relaxation and meditation tool.

    AVE is not intended to treat, cure, heal, or diagnose any disease, mental illness or symptom. AVE is intended to balance and harmonize brainwaves. Individual results vary.