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Neurofeedback Therapy has grown more popular over the years because it's highly effective at treating a broad range of health and medical conditions, from ADD & ADHD to chronic pain management and more. Many people are now taking advantage of the many benefits and many who were wary of Neurofeedback Therapy in the past have now become a believer due to a steady stream of positive client testimonials. Here's what you should know about Neurofeedback Therapy.

 

Neurofeedback is also known as neurotherapy and, in fact, the two names are synonymous. Neurofeedback is a kind of biofeedback which provides real time feedback from brain waves to reinforce healthy brain functioning via operant conditioning. This state of relaxation can be brought on by a number of different methods such as neurofeedback therapy using an EEG biofeedback machine, or neurofeedback therapists using Eeg biofeedback equipment.

 

EEG Biofeedback Therapy is often applied in conjunction with neurofeedback therapy, although the two are generally used to enhance one another. EEG biofeedback machines are set up to measure brain wave patterns as they are naturally occurring. As the brain waves naturally fluctuate during different states, the neurofeedback machine will adjust the brainwave patterns for the patient. The adjusted brainwave patterns often correspond to the different states the patient is in, providing positive feedback as the brain learns to alter its own behavior based on its biofeedback sessions neurofeedback.

 

When both neurofeedback therapy sessions and EEG biofeedbacks are applied, the effect can be dramatic. After receiving these treatments, clients report an improvement in their concentration, mood, and self image. They say their symptoms of ADD and ADHD fade away, and they have more energy and a better sleep pattern than before. Some people also say that their conditions improve in coordination and mental function. If you're interested in trying this type of treatment, you should schedule an appointment with a practitioner near you.

 

But don't think that neurofeedback therapy only helps those who are diagnosed with ADD and ADHD. It can also benefit adults, and even patients who have experienced traumatic brain injury or depression. Many people say that after receiving neurofeedback therapy, their anxiety has disappeared, and their lives have become much happier. Neurofeedback and anxiety are considered quite complementary, and there have even been cases where patients who experience anxiety as a result of certain disorders have found success in neurofeedback therapy.

 

Neurofeedback can help treat conditions like ADHD and epilepsy, and it is sometimes effective in treating conditions like depression, anxiety, and stress. It's important to remember, however, that if you decide to combine neurofeedback therapy with other treatments, you may not get the results you're hoping for. For example, if you're taking anti-anxiety medication as well as neurofeedback therapy, you'll likely find that the two don't mix well. But if you're only taking medication and neurofeedback therapy, then you've only got one treatment to deal with, which means that you could potentially eliminate some symptoms of your disease without suffering from side effects. This could be the easiest, most convenient option for those who are suffering from multiple sclerosis, stroke, and other brain injuries.

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