Has anyone used the Dynamic Neural Retraining Program?

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Has anyone used the Dynamic Neural Retraining Program?

Postby slacker » Fri Mar 06, 2020 4:55 am

I'm looking for feedback from anyone who has gone through the DNRP program, which uses neuroplasticity to calm down the limbic system. It is recommended by several practitioners who treat those of us with mold or Lyme co-infection issues (Bredesen type 3).
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Re: Has anyone used the Dynamic Neural Retraining Program?

Postby TheBrain » Fri Mar 06, 2020 5:15 am

I’m in the process of going through the DVDs (DNRS = Dynamic Neural Retraining System). My pace has been slow. I’m doing multiple things at once, so I can’t say for sure my improved sleep is from DNRS, but it might be. I’ll report back when I have more to say.

I have found some DNRS testimonials on YouTube for people with mold illness (along with other conditions). I don’t have links offhand, but you could try a search in YouTube for: DNRS mold
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Re: Has anyone used the Dynamic Neural Retraining Program?

Postby Julie G » Fri Mar 06, 2020 5:16 am

Hi slacker! I haven't but I'm a fan and think there's decent science to support her approach. I got to see Annie Hopper present at a conference in LA a while back and I describe her lecture in this thread. Gigi, another member, who's a trained psychotherapist has participated in several of her workshops and has very generously showed me some of the DNRS techniques via a Zoom meeting. It was really powerful. If you (or others) are interested, we could ask Gigi to do a demonstration for us. Reading about it is one thing, but seeing it in action really helped me to better understand. In Dr. Bredesen's upcoming book, we recommend DNRS as an adjunct therapy to address CIRS.

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Re: Has anyone used the Dynamic Neural Retraining Program?

Postby slacker » Fri Mar 06, 2020 5:21 pm

Thanks for the feedback! I am thinking about diving in, and was interested in some ApoE4 tribe input. (the time, money, effort continuum...)
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Re: Has anyone used the Dynamic Neural Retraining Program?

Postby Gigi » Sat Mar 07, 2020 12:33 pm

I would recommend doing the in person DNRS course. It's hard to really get it from the DVD's alone and practicing it with others has many benefits. It works. An hour a day is alot for some people. Neil Nathan (mold and lyme expert) says even if you can just do 10 to 15 minutes a day its very helpful. I agree.

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Re: Has anyone used the Dynamic Neural Retraining Program?

Postby Blee » Sat Mar 07, 2020 3:14 pm

Gigi wrote:I would recommend doing the in person DNRS course. It's hard to really get it from the DVD's alone and practicing it with others has many benefits. It works. An hour a day is alot for some people. Neil Nathan (mold and lyme expert) says even if you can just do 10 to 15 minutes a day its very helpful. I agree.

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Gigi, after the in-person course, is it then recommended to continue with DVDs afterward? (Maybe for less time per day?)

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Postby Tincup » Sat Mar 07, 2020 7:20 pm

Gundry interviewed"Lectin Free Mama," Autumn Boyle. She had all kinds of issues and my daughter, who follows Autumn, says the course mentioned in the interview is Annie Hopper's DNRS. She talks about it in the interview.
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Re: Has anyone used the Dynamic Neural Retraining Program?

Postby slacker » Sun Mar 08, 2020 7:54 am

Very helpful transcription link, Tincup! Easy to search on "Hopper" and get right to the explanation.
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Re: Has anyone used the Dynamic Neural Retraining Program?

Postby slacker » Thu Mar 12, 2020 4:53 am

Julie G wrote:Gigi, another member, who's a trained psychotherapist has participated in several of her workshops and has very generously showed me some of the DNRS techniques via a Zoom meeting. It was really powerful. If you (or others) are interested, we could ask Gigi to do a demonstration for us.


I'm really dragging my feet on investing in another modality without having a basic overview of what I would be doing for one hour a day over 6 months. Probably part of my worsening procrastination and decision making in the face of so much uncertainty! Please ask Gigi if she would be willing to do a demo/MeetUp for us.
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Re: Has anyone used the Dynamic Neural Retraining Program?

Postby Julie G » Thu Mar 12, 2020 10:21 am

I'm really dragging my feet on investing in another modality without having a basic overview of what I would be doing for one hour a day over 6 months. Probably part of my worsening procrastination and decision making in the face of so much uncertainty! Please ask Gigi if she would be willing to do a demo/MeetUp for us.

Request sent, my friend. I was happy to see Gigi join in this thread. She or I will share more soon. I think a demo would be very valuable for this group. It was really helpful for me to see this in action so that I could wrap my head around it as well. :D


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