ADD/ADHD Treatment

Many individuals with ADHD show low levels of arousal in frontal brain areas, with excess of theta waves and deficit of beta waves. Neurofeedback can train the brain to increase the levels of arousal (increase beta waves and reduce theta waves) and thereby reduce ADHD symptoms.

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Our brain cells communicate through electrical impulses, also known as brainwaves. Normal brainwave patterns can be disrupted by trauma, resulting in patients getting stuck in unhealthy patterns of biological activity and behavior. Neurofeedback can help the brain become more flexible and develop healthier patterns and responses, a process known as neuroplasticity.

anxiety and depression

One method for reducing anxiety with neurofeedback has been shown in a publication in Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics. Deficient emotion regulation can be a marker for anxiety. These deficits are closely linked to impaired prefrontal regulatory control (the “logical parts of the brain) over the amygdala, a part of the brain that is tightly linked with emotions such as anxiety. Thankfully this impairment is sensitive to treatment with neurofeedback which leads to a reduction in symptoms of anxiety.

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tbi and mild concussions

EEG patterns have been shown to be different in individuals following a TBI.  TBI can often result in difficulty with attention, memory, and other cognitive functions. Neurofeedback training helps to improve these functions by helping to regulate the underlying brainwave activity.

Emotional Dysregulation

Many people with TBI experience mood swings, anxiety, and depression. Neurofeedback training helps to regulate emotional states by promoting more stable brainwave activity.

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