Neurofeedback training is becoming increasingly popular due to its powerful non-medication approach to effectively reducing symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue, headaches, and many other conditions. It's increasing. Neurofeedback is grounded in applied neuroscience and data-driven clinical practice. This meets the American Psychological Association's definition of an evidence-based intervention.
Neurofeedback addresses issues related to brain dysregulation associated with anxiety, depression, attention deficit, behavioral disorders, chronic fatigue, sleep disorders, headaches, emotional disorders, and more.
Neurofeedback is non-invasive direct training of the brain. The brain/mind learns to function with greater control and stability. Brain activity is measured moment by moment, recorded, and reported in the form of measurements as brainwave activity. When this brain wave activity is dysregulated in different parts of the brain, it can manifest as behavioral, emotional, and cognitive symptoms. Feedback to you trains your brain to return to normal. Neurofeedback can be used separately or in conjunction with other treatments to really see how your brain changes as your symptoms and condition improve.
While participating in neurofeedback training, you will be able to stop or reduce your drug use as your brain is responsible for regulating your normal actions, thoughts, and emotions. Autopilot allows you to work more effectively and efficiently. Neurofeedback training is a gradual learning process that helps the brain self-regulate its thoughts and emotions.
Below is a video to further your understanding of the Neurofeedback training: