WHERE IS THE PROBLEM IN MY BRAIN?
Jhisticated computerized tE analysis, known as the quantitative EECG
EG), can trace brain-wave activity millisecond by millisecond, and its
an convert that activity into a color map that shows which frees are highest or lowest in key areas of the brain.
The EECGEG can also tell how well brain regions are communicating or working together.
It shows large qEEG databases of both normal and abnormal patterns are available, which allows us to compare a patient’s qEEG with those of thousands of
other people with similar issues. Last but not least, in contrast to fMRIs and
related scans, the qEEG is both relatively inexpensive and portable.
The qEEG provides compelling evidence of the arbitrary boundaries of current DSM diagnostic categories.
DSM labels for mental illness are not
aligned with speciic patterns ot brain activation.
Mental states that are com
mon to many diagnoses, such as confusion, agitation, or feeling disembodied,
are associated with speciic patterns on the qEEG. In general, the more prob-
lems a patient has, the more abnormalities show up in the qEEG.
To be continued….
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