What Can Neurofeedback Do For Me?
We all hear about innovative research and new information regarding the workings and secrets of the brain. We all want to keep our memories sharp over time, multitask, feel more organized, and have more control over our lives while feeling less stressed.
For decades, a non-invasive, relaxing method has existed called neurofeedback. Neurofeedback was originally developed at the UCLA School of Medicine and is currently used world-wide to help children and adults with sleep, stress reduction, depression, and attention deficit disorder. In more recent years, neurofeedback has been used to improve learning difficulties, decrease symptoms of autism and help patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI).
The process of neurofeedback involves sensors placed on your head and connected to a recording instrument. This instrument is connected to a computer and shows your brainwaves on a screen. Nothing is ever sent to your brain through the…
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