*Of adults presenting with moderate to severe insomnia (ISI Total Score > 14) on the Insomnia Severity Index (ISI). n=175. 1Magnitude of improvement on the Insomnia Sleep Index (ISI) by at least the minimal clinically important difference (MCID) of at least 6 points. 2Reduction of total score to < 15 on the ISI placing them in the subthreshold or no insomnia category. **Above outcomes based on an analysis of results reported by 175 (n includes adults only) clients who completed Neurocore’s 30-session program. Individual results may vary. The percentages cited above are not claimed to represent typical results and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results. This does not imply, and Neurocore makes no claims, that it can cure insomnia.
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The views expressed above are the personal views of the reviewer and are based on the reviewer’s experience with the completion of Neurocore’s 30-session program. Results will vary. Consumers should not expect to experience the same results.
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