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Improve focus
with Myndlift

Join over 22,000 members who do remote neurofeedback to improve their focus 

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Step 1
Measure your focus levels 
Use advanced brain-sensing tech to get a map of your brain, revealing opportunities for growth and improvement.

Step 2
Train your brain with a tailor-made focus program 
Get matched with a Neuro Coach who creates a custom brain training program, and start guided neurofeedback sessions that aim to sharpen your focus.

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Brain-sensing and training

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Your brain-sensing kit will be used to measure your brainwave activity and train it.


App to sharpen focus

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The Myndlift app trains your focus and relaxation, and offers learning resources to manage your productivity, brain health and more.

1:1 coaching


Your assigned Neuro Coach will personalize your home neurofeedback training program, help you stick to it and supervise your progress.

ADHD and focus

People with ADHD often experience theta and beta brainwave dysregulation which manifests in:


  • Needing constant movement

  • Difficulty sustaining attention

  • Following detailed instructions

  • Organizing tasks and activities


Neurofeedback has been employed in clinical settings for over four decades to address brainwave dysregulation and relieve symptoms associated with ADHD.

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Neurofeedback protocols
to improve focus


Theta-beta Ratio (TBR) Training

This protocol aims to improve the ability to focus and sustain attention; it promotes relaxation and can help you regulate your emotions. 
Uptraining beta (16.5-20Hz) and downtraining theta (3-7Hz) brainwave activity


SMR (Sensorimotor Rhythm) Training
This protocol helps improve focus, attention, motoric precision, balance, and relaxation.
Uptraining SMR (12-15Hz), downtraining theta (3-7Hz) and hi-beta (18-25Hz) brainwaves

Exploring the Evidence:
Can Neurofeedback Improve Focus?

Based on meta-analyses and large multicenter randomized controlled trials (RCTs), neurofeedback is effective in alleviating inattentive and hyperactivity symptoms and is even associated with superior post-treatment academic performance (studies by Duric and colleagues, Meisel and colleagues).

Nonetheless, the best evidence for efficacy comes from double-blind placebo-controlled RCTs. 


Choose your top symptoms to begin 

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