People don’t just develop ADD or other cognitive problems out of nowhere. Bill Scott, BrainPaint®‘s co-founder & CEO, can not count the times that a person thought he or she developed ADD in their 20s or 30s, yet they had no known concussion or whiplash. In these cases, when he inquires further, many times the client recalls that they had a general anesthetic or underwent chemo therapy around the time their attentional issues began. The correlation between cognitive issues and receiving anesthesia or chemotherapy is just beginning to be recognized by healing establishments. Neurotherapy typically has a positive impact on restoring a person’s cognitive functioning if is has been impaired by anesthesia or chemotherapy.
If a person’s cognitive issues progressively gets worse across time for unknown reasons, they should seek medical advice for an appropriate brain scan or other treatment.