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—– Original Message —–Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2008 9:55 AMSubject: RE: [brainm] Articulation problems in a 12 yo male
I have been seeing a lot of elevated 12-15hz activity lately in the kids referred to me and it does seem to be highest on the days when they are more moody, argumentative, etc. I have been downtraining this activity (through z-score training) with success (reduction of symptoms). This elevated activity also seems to be related to the presence of tics in a few of my kids.
Date: Thu, 22 May 2008 08:45:46 -0500
Subject: [brainm] Articulation problems in a 12 yo male
We have been training a 12 yo male who suffers from attentional problems, articulation difficulties and irritability as the major presenting symptoms. He has completed 20 sessions of Fz theta inhibition with some positive results in his ability to attend, and in his speech. On repeat qEEG he is exhibiting high amplitude from 12-15 hz in the frontal lobes bilaterally with more on the right. We are wondering if inhibiting 12-15 hz at f3/f4 would have any impact on his speech, and mood. Any thoughts?