Who can benefit from neurofeedback training?

EEG Biofeedback was first applied as a tool in managing epilepsy in 1972. This success prompted exploration into managing Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, which also met with good success over the past 30-plus years. Today this training technique can help a wide variety of conditions. The effectiveness of Neurofeedback is a result of working at the source – the brain’s electrical system – which regulates every other system of the brain and body, including brain chemistry.

EEG biofeedback training has helped people with:

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Mild Brain Injury
Decreased mental functioning (memory, alertness, concentration)
Soldier Stress
Sleep Management Problems
Chronic Pain
Irritable Bowel
Weight Issues
Neurofeedback is also used extensively as an element of peak performance training for performers, athletes, pilots, executives, and other professionals.

Anyone can benefit from improved brain function. The brain governs all physical, mental, emotional, and intellectual behaviors. If you:

would like to quiet your mind
change the way you react to stress
would like to increase your attention span
need better sleep
often feel tired or overwhelmed
don’t enjoy life as much as you feel you could
are taking medication but are unhappy with
the results
the side effects
the long term cost
. . . neurofeedback will help.

Many healthy people living rich and varied lives benefit from neurofeedback. Musicians, golfers, students, athletes, meditators, and executives train with neurofeedback to improve focus, clarity, calmness, balance, attention span, memory, and creativity, or to reduce anxiety and the effects of stress.

In addition, there are many today for whom standard medicine has been unable to satisfactorily address their symptoms and health problems. We are seeing that often the problem is a fundamental brainwave dysregulation. Yet medicine relies primarily on chemical solutions.

Neurofeedback, which is focused on the improvement of fundamental electrical processes (which in turn affect the body's chemistry), is a means of addressing some of the vague and often frustrating signs of unwellness. At the same time, those with partial responsiveness to medication, or those who respond well but suffer side effects, also benefit from neurofeedback training.

Historically, those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, addictions, anger, chronic fatigue, depression, epilepsy/seizure disorder, head injury, hypertension, immune suppression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, pain and headache, pre-menstrual syndrome, post traumatic stress disorder, sleep disorders and insomnia, have had excellent results with neurofeedback training. It is a good alternative for those with mental or physical problems that defy easy diagnosis or have not responded well to therapy or medication, in addition to those wanting permanent improvement without side effects.
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