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Unconventional Life with Jules Schroeder

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Apr 5, 2021

At an early age, he was exposed to the topic of mental health and conditions particularly ADHD. He witnessed how his two siblings were examined by their father, and how much they rejected the medication that he gave them. As research in neuroscience expanded over the decades and therapy improved, Aziz now finds himself as the CEO of Myndlift, and building on the breakthrough that is Neurofeedback.


Even though they have made treatment for mental health more accessible, Aziz acknowledges that the stigma of mental health treatment is still there. Many countries and parts of our communities are still associating it with disability and jumping to uneducated conclusions on the topic of mental conditions, but there are noticeable signs of acceptance in more areas.

He says that during this time of COVID-19 where many of us are stuck at home, many are starting to see the importance of mental health.

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Aziz will be giving away a one-month free trial of Myndlift including the kit.

 

 

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