ADHD: Neurofeedback as an Alternative to Meds
This research article evaluates the growing body of evidence that demonstrates how neurofeedback provides a robust alternative to pharmaceutical medications for treating ADHD. Today, ADHD is the most commonly diagnosed pediatric behavioral health disorder in the United States, and affects adults as well as children. Commissioned by the International Society of Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR), the study notes that while medication and other types of behavioral therapy are approved and commonly used to treat ADHD, their long-term outcomes are relatively poor. In contrast, neurofeedback was found to be “twice as effective as the six other non-pharmacological ADHD treatments that were analyzed.”
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