As parents, we play crucial roles in supporting our children’s mental health and helping them learn to focus in Raleigh.
Apollo Neuro Review: Experts on Apollo Wearable and Happiness and Burnout in Raleigh Experts weigh in on the Apollo wearable’s impact on happiness and burnout.
Raleigh: Apollo Neuro Reviews on Apollo Wearable and Parenting, Productivity and Focus. Experts weigh in on the Apollo wearable’s impact on parenting, productivity and focus.
Apollo Neuro Review: Experts on Apollo Wearable and Heart Rate Variability, Recovery and Sleep in Raleigh. Experts weigh in on the Apollo wearable’s impact on heart rate variability, recovery and sleep.
Raleigh: The Apollo Wearable’s Positive Impact on Your Child’s Focus and Concentration. Three therapists independently validating the Apollo wearable in-session with children with treatment-resistant ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and anxiety disorders reported that the Apollo device use in therapy significantly increased feelings of calm, eye contact, and functional engagement in the psychotherapy process.
Raleigh: Can Kids Use the Apollo Wearable? If you are using the Apollo wearable device to calm your nervous system in Raleigh, can your kids use it as well?
Raleigh: Can a Wearable Device Reduce Stress? The Apollo™ wearable is a new technology proven to improve sleep, focus, and stress resilience by balancing the nervous system through our sense of touch.
Does the Apollo wearable actually work in Raleigh? The Apollo™ wearable is a new technology proven to improve sleep, focus, and stress resilience by balancing the nervous system through our sense of touch.
More on nutrition and mental health in Raleigh – we chat about avoiding foods that cause anxiety, and replacing them with foods that help manage anxiety.
Frequency therapy in Raleigh is especially helpful for stress management since most illness stems from stress and living out of harmony. It can help those who are suffering from headaches, stiff neck, back pain, jaw clenching, dizziness, blushing or sweating, cold and clammy hands, frequent colds or infections, rashes, itching, stomach pain, difficulty concentrating, shortness of breath, learning difficulties and more.