Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback Explained

What is neurofeedback?
Neurofeedback is Brainstate Management Training, or is sometimes referred to as a “Self-Regulation” modality that can help with a wide variety of presenting symptoms. Training with Neurofeedback helps your brain and your Central Nervous System communicate and execute better, dramatically reducing many presenting symptoms and thus improving your quality of life!
 
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Research

Neurofeedback Research

Neurofeedback Research
Includes articles and research related to ADHD/ADD, Migraines, Depression, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, PTSD & more
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News & Media

Neurofeedback for ADHD: AAP's Biofeedback Endorsement a Game Changer?
Souce: AAP's November 2012 report: "Evidence-based Child and Adolescent Psychosocial Interventions"
Article from Zengar, January 31, 2013
The American Academy of Pediatrics recent endorsement of biofeedback has caused quite the stir among growing legions of neurofeedback users and the cognitive cogniscenti. In case you missed it, a November 2012 AAP report recommended biofeedback as a Level One or "Best Support" treatment for children suffering from ADHD.
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Dallas Neurologist Beats Migraines Without Drugs
Source: Beachwood, OH (PRWEB) March 15, 2011
Neurofeedback More Effective than Medication: Eliminates Headaches Without Side-Effects. Stunning results from a new study reveal that 54% of participants receiving neurofeedback experienced complete relief from migraines.
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First Direct Evidence of Neuroplastic Changes Following Brainwave Training
Source: ScienceDaily - March 12, 2010
Significant changes in brain plasticity have been observed following alpha brainwave training. "The novel finding may have important implications for future non-pharmacological therapies of the brain and calls for a serious re-examination and stronger backing of research on neurofeedback, a technique which may be promising tool to modulate cerebral plasticity in a safe, painless, and natural way."
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