Dr. Andrew Hill, as the founder of the Peak Brain Institute, likely brings valuable insights into neurofeedback and brain optimization. Jay Gunkelman’s vast experience in reading EEGs would provide a rich perspective on the topic of phenotypes and deviations in brain activity. Exploring the idea that not all deviations are inherently negative is important, as it highlights the complexity of brain function and the potential for individual variability. This conversation could offer valuable insights into how neurofeedback and related interventions can be tailored to individual needs and goals.

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We can take the stuff that is clinical when it exists, executive function stuff, anxiety features, sleep, post COVID, brain fog, seizures, migraines, whatever. And you can work on those things from a resource perspective. If I talk to you about your anterior cingulate, and its tendency perhaps to perceive rate being plausible based on your maps, you’re like, Oh my God, yes. Actually, somebody gave me an OCD diagnosis. Oh, wow. I’m sorry. You deal with that? It’s so annoying. Here’s the physiology probably. Would you like to work on that? So you know, I don’t have to deny other people’s diagnostic language but I’m not really I don’t really care if you’re a high powered CEO, who’s mostly good at hyper focusing but can’t turn it off and be nice to your partner when you get home. Or if you’re like somebody who’s compulsively hand washing or somebody who just has a song stuck in your head if you tend to per separate and the the anterior cingulate is stuck for you. Well, that’s true for you, you know, you know how you feel

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