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Neurofeedback for Migraines

Anyone who has ever suffered from a migraine knows that the pain — and other associated symptoms — of this disease can be completely debilitating. This article from USA Today includes neurofeedback as one possible treatment. By teaching individuals to make subtle physical changes, such as relaxing particular muscle groups and reducing overall tension, as well as helping to calm the mind and reduce stress, the therapy can offer hope to individuals struggling with these headaches. To read more, click here.

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Simple Tips to Manage Anxiety

Neurofeedback is fast emerging as an amazing way to treat anxiety without medication. But there are other steps you can take right now to ease your anxiety symptoms. This article from Psychology Today lists 22 quick tips to help you relax, starting right now! For people struggling with anxiety on a regular basis, neurofeedback as well as simply daily practices like these can go a long way. To read more, click here.

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More Support for Treating ADHD Using Neurofeedback

ADHD is a condition that currently affects millions of Americans. While it affects both children and adults, it is particularly prevalent among children. Neurofeedback uses technology to monitor brain activity in order to help patients discover positive brain patterns and train them to recreate them more regularly. While once considered controversial, neurofeedback continues to gain support within the medical community. Recently the American Academy of Pediatrics rated the treatment as a Level 1 “Best Support” Intervention for ADHD, which is its highest available rating — putting neurofeedback on par with other widely accepted treatments such as behavioral therapy and medication! …

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What is Quantitative EEG?

This paper by Dr. David Kaiser gives a thorough overview of quantitative EEG (qEEG) and how it is used as part of neurofeedback therapy. The human brain is widely regarded as nature’s most resilient and adaptable structure, and by using qEEG to observe electrical patterns in the brain, we can identify positive patterns and train the brain to behave in optimal ways. According to the author, “the brain communicates to itself and with the body by means of these electrical changes and our emotions, perceptions, thoughts, and behaviors are the result of the totality of these electrical and chemical changes, although the exact …

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