The Science of Neurofit™

At NeuroFit™ we see NeuroFitness as both a lifestyle rooted in ancient history and a topic of contemporary science. This is why we are as equally committed to providing genuine expertise in NeuroFitness and also studying the science of Neuroplasticity. Neuroscience has been an important part of NeuroFit™ its inception.

The Benefits of NeuroFitness

There are thousands of studies that have shown how Neuroplasticity can positively impact mental and physical health. Whether it’s by reducing sleep, improving sleep, increased focus, or improving relationships, research shows Neuroplasticity works. While the research on Neuroplasticity, especially online programs, is still growing, there is evidence to support the use of NeuroFitness training for many outcomes.

Clinical Studies:
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Pain
  • Weight
  • Sleep
  • Compassion
  • Relationships
  • Chronic Disease

Guided visualization interventions on perceived stress, dyadic satisfaction and psychological symptoms in highly stressed couples

Kim R.RogersaKatherineHertleinaDonnaRogersbChad L.Crossc

A Randomized, Wait-List Controlled Clinical Trial: The Effect of a Mindfulness Meditation-Based Stress Reduction Program on Mood and Symptoms of Stress in Cancer Outpatients MICHAEL SPECA, PSYD, LINDA E. CARLSON, PHD, EILEEN GOODEY, MSW, AND MAUREEN ANGEN, PHD effect of guidedrelaxation on cortisol and affect: Stress reactivity as a moderator CA Unger, D Busse, IS Yim- Journal of health psychology, 2017 – Effect of a Brief Guided Imagery on Stress

Elizabeth Bigham, PhD, Lauren McDannel, Isabel Luciano, and Guadalupe Salgado-Lopez

Effect of Relaxation with Guided Imagery on Anxiety, Depression, and Self-Esteem in Primiparas Barbara L. Ree Use of binaural beat tapes for treatment of anxiety: A pilot study of tape preference and outcomes Rene-Pierre Le Scouranec; Roger-Michel Poirier; Owens, Justine E; Gauthier, Jules; et al.

Effectiveness of Guided Imagery Relaxation on Levels of Pain and Depression in Patients Diagnosed With Fibromyalgia Onieva-Zafra, María Dolores PhD; García, Laura Hernandez MSc; del Valle, Mayte Gonzalez RN spirituality teaching program for depression: a randomized controlled trial

B Rickhi, S Moritz, R Reesal, TJ Xu… – … of Psychiatry in …, 2011 –

Effects of Guided Imagery on Outcomes of Pain, Functional Status, and Self-Efficacy in Persons Diagnosed with Fibromyalgia Victoria Menzies, R.N., Ph.D.,1Ann Gill Taylor, R.N., Ed.D., F.A.A.N.,2 and Cheryl Bourguignon, R.N., Ph.D.2 A pilot randomized control trial investigating the effect of mindfulness practice on pain tolerance, psychological well-being, and physiological activity

A randomized controlled trial of guided imagery in bulimia nervosa J. ESPLEN(a1), P. E. GARFINKEL (a1), M. OLMSTED (a1), R. M. GALLOP (a1) …

Brief guided imagery and body scanning interventions reduce food cravings JonathanHamiltonaSophieFawsonaJonMayaJackieAndradeaDavid J.Kavanaghb

A randomized controlled trial of a novel device for tinnitus sound therapy during sleep SM Theodoroff, GP McMillan, TL Zaugg… – American journal of …, 2017 – ASHA

The effect of music therapy sessions on compassion fatigue and team building of professional hospice caregivers Russell E.HilliardPhD, LCAT, LCSW, MT-BC

Loving-kindness meditation increases social connectedness. CA Hutcherson, EM Seppala, JJ Gross – Emotion, 2008 –

The effects of guided imagery relaxation in people with COPD
STEPHANIE WAI-SHAN LOUIE Tai Po Hospital, Tai Po, Hong Kong
Patient education, guided imagery and pain related talk in fibromyalgia coping
EA Fors, KG Gotestam – European Journal of Psychiatry, 2000 –