Fighting Dementia

Cerebrum Matter is leading the fight against dementia with cognitive therapy and neurofeedback programmes to help dementia suffers improve their mental wellbeing.

Explore our fighting dementia page to learn more about the disease, the negative side effects of prescribed drugs and the theory behind our neurofeedback software.

What is dementia?


Dementia is a chronic disorder of the mental processes caused by brain disease or injury and marked by memory disorders, personality changes and impaired reasoning.

Neurofeedback for Aging and Cognitive Decline


Understand the overarching benefits of neurofeedback


The variety and degree of symptoms change depending on each individual who suffers from dementia,
however below are some of the most common symptoms:

Difficulty recalling recent events
Difficulty making decisions and planning
Difficulty problem-solving
Difficulty judging distance / time / dates
Difficulty in language (understanding words)
Quick regular changes in moods



Dementia can be caused by a plethora of factors and the degree to which someone may be affected changes for each individual.

The most common include Alzheimer’s disease, when abnormal proteins damage the internal structure of brain cells; and Vascular dementia, when the oxygen supply to our brain is reduced (through a stroke or injury) and damages or kills brain cells.

There are other less common symptoms too, however the underlying problem is that this disease deteriorates our brain cells and damages neural pathways that were once being used every single day.

Through our neurofeedback software, we will create personalised programmes to ensure that these symptoms are kept to a minimum and de not interfere with your daily life, ensure your standard of living is kept as high as possible, and reducing the reliance on other remedies.