Conditions

What does training the brain help?

 

When the brain works better, a lot of problems are reduced. The brain manages problems better and works more normally.

 

 

Conditions helped by training the brain with neurofeedback:

 

ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorder)

Lots of research shows improved focus and attentional skills for ADD/ADHD.

Alternative ADD Treatment

 

 

Autism, Aspergers, Developmental Delays

Helps them learn to calm themselves, seems to speed development.

Alternative Autism Treatment

 

 

Addiction

Reduces symptoms that lead to self-medication, particularly anxiety, depression, and sleep.

Alternative Addiction Treatment

 

 

Anxiety

People often report things that used to make them anxious now don’t.

Alternative Anxiety Treatment

 

 

Attachment Disorder

Some top attachment professionals consider this an important new treatment.

Alternative Attachment Disorder Treatment

 

 

Bipolar Disorder

A powerful tool for training increased mood stability.

Alternative Bipolar Disorder Treatment

 

 

Depression

When you’re stuck in a depressed state, training can help your brain learn to stay out of it.

Alternative Depression Treatment

 

Insomnia

Training often helps improve sleep patterns- falling asleep, staying asleep.

Alternative Insomnia Treatment

 

 

Learning Disabilities

New research shows training can help improve reading, math, and dyslexia.

Alternative Learning Disabilities Treatment

 

 

Migraines

Clients often report training reduces frequency, intensity, and duration of migraines.

Alternative Migraine Treatment

 

OCD and Obsessive Thinking

Training the brain can help you learn to quiet the mind and shut off thoughts.

Alternative OCD Treatment

 

 

PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

Experienced clinicians report training can go well beyond hypnosis, EMDR, and psychotherapy.

Alternative PTSD Treatment

 

 

Seizures and Epilepsy

Research shows training can reduce the number of seizures.

Alternative Seizures Treatment

 

 

Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Some expert neuropsychologists who work often with stroke and TBI say neurofeedback is one of the best new interventions and one of the few treatments that can make a big difference.

Alternative Stroke Treatment

 

 

Peak Performance

 

 

Courtesy of AboutNeurofeedback.com

 

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