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Lack of Motivation

Motivation and enthusiasm manifest as desire and interest, and as a driving force that pushes you to take action and pursue goals.

It often happens, however, that one has the desire and interest but lack motivation. This tends to cause frustration as you may want to do a certain thing but cannot get enough inner strength and motivation to act on it.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • 1What are the main reasons for this?
  • 2How does monitoring brain waves aid this condition?
  • 3What are the Benefits of Brain Training?

There are tons of reasons why one experiences lack of motivation. It could be due to weak desire, laziness, shyness or even lack of self esteem and self confidence. In some cases, it tends to be either a physical or mental problem.

Reasons for Lack of Motivation and Enthusiasm:

  • Lack of faith in one's abilities.
  • Fear of failure, due to failure in the past.
  • Fear of what others might say.
  • The habit of procrastination.
  • Laziness.
  • The feeling or belief that there are other more important things to do.
  • Being too stressed or nervous.
  • Absence of enough stimuli or incentives.

The above-mentioned reasons restrain motivation and enthusiasm, and are only excuses for not acting, however one can learn to overcome and disregard them, by becoming aware of them, acknowledging them, and understanding that you can change the programming of your mind.

Sometimes, there are short bursts of motivation or enthusiasm. You start acting enthusiastically, but lose interest and motivation after a while, because you find it hard to sustain motivation or enthusiasm.

By using a FDA approved device that monitors brain waves, it can assist doctors in diagnosing depression in children and adults. This is a non-invasive brain-mapping test that takes 15-20 min, which uses sensors on the scalp of the person to monitor their brainwaves.

After a practitioner takes a detailed MAP of the patient, they will perform a set of tasks such as playing Pac Man with the brain.

There is a high success rate of treatment of these disorders with Neuro-Feedback, both with adults and children. Each Disorder or Ailment, can be improved through many avenues with depression, the goal of Neuro-Feedback is to teach the brain how to focus. 

Your brain is central to everything; from how easily you remember to how fast you complete tasks and how easily you solve problems. Studies show that the gains you make from Brain Training are applicable to an almost endless variety of mental activities, from what you think, to what you do.

From the speed of your brain, memory, flexibility, attention, and problem solving, a Brain Trainer ensures that its protocols provide the maximum benefit for your long term cognitive health.


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