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How VCAT Works
VCAT is an sophisticated brain training and exerting technology with therapeutic approach designed to fit many different neural network related dysfunction in a very special way. It uses variety of patterns, strategies and techniques with sophisticated steps to empower its efficacy and validity. VCAT predicts that such steps will have an enormous impact in relieving neuropsychological as well as psychological related disorders. VCAT assumes that brain has the capability to self-train itself automatically after it is conditioned to the VCAT’s steps. Thus, the brain will automatically compute VCAT principles in real daily life practice. Visual Concentration Attention Therapy (VCAT) is the absolute power in regulating neural network dysfunction and brain’s chemical imbalance caused by disease, substance abuse, or traumatic brain injuries. It is combined with neurofeedback and brain mapping technology to illustrate brain’s activities on the computer screen while exercising VCAT. VCAT’s Treatment-Plan consist of direct attentional stimulation to the brain from its Build in Visual Field Template leading to improving symptoms of anxiety, depression, addictions, schizophrenia, ADHD, dementia, pre-Alzheimer’s, seizures, and etc.
What Does VCAT Do
VCAT improves brain functioning by producing higher neural networks activity and plasticity, increasing blood circulation, oxygen and glucose throughout the brain tissue, restoration, and the regeneration of neurons. It optimizes brainwave patterns that increase cognitive abilities and trains the brain to produce these activities on its own. Improved brain activities lead to memory improvement and sustained attention, which could also produce gains in focusing and concentration. These are the very mechanisms that underlie psychological disorders such as ADD and ADHD, both of which could be improved by regular use of VCAT. Exercising VCAT might delay the onset and progression of some neurodegenerative diseases such Alzheimer's disease.