Poor Concentration Can Be Helped By NeuroCranial Restructuring
Many people complain of poor concentration and an inability to focus their thoughts. It is generally regarded as a problem of inattention or poor thinking habits, at least I always thought so. I was surprised when I found that my ability to concentrate began improving soon after I began treating myself with the endonasal balloons in 1980.
The explanation is the same one used for learning disabilities, anxiety, depression, phobias and other conditions of the brain: After cranial traumas such as birth, falls, beatings, accidents, sports injuries or medical and dental treatment, the bones of the head are not found in their ideal locations.
This affects the flow of blood and cerebrospinal fluid in the brain. Compromised circulation leads to varied levels of neurotransmitters in the brain, with some areas getting adequate or excessive neurotransmitter deliveries, and other areas receiving inadequate amounts.
This leads to suboptimal functioning of the brain. In the situation of poor concentration and focus, the brain is not able to perform these tasks because neurotransmitter levels are inadequate. NeuroCranial Restructuring therapy optimizes skull shape, maximizing fluid flow dynamics in the skull, and creating neurotransmitter equilibrium throughout the brain.