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Dynamic neural retraining system (DNRS)


Think of this fancy-sounding treatment as a way of "retraining your brain." Why would your brain need retraining, exactly? Well, some people seek this therapy to keep them mentally and physically sharp, while others use it to recover from a brain injury. The Dynamic Neural Retraining System, aka DNRS, uses visual, spatial, movement, language, and emotional restructuring exercises to promote health. It leans on the idea of neuroplasticity, which basically means that our brains can reorganize their connections and generate new neurons based on learning, experience, or after an injury or illness. DNRS is essentially a form of systematic desensitization, which aims to harness the brain’s neuroplasticity and calm its overreaction to triggering stimuli. That’s one reason it’s been offered as a solution for those with PTSD and trauma-based symptoms, as well as conditions like insomnia, headaches, and chronic exhaustion.

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