LENS Treated Disorders

ADD/ADHD

HPN – High Performance Neurofeedback and Lens Neurofeedback work differently: It doesn’t try to reproduce a certain brain wave, but rather enhances the brain’s ability to adapt to a task, whether it be taking tests in school or struggling to get along with friends.

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Anxiety

A review on the neurofeedback treatment of anxiety disorders by Moore identifies eight studies of generalized anxiety. The best of these were 3 outcome studies with phobic anxiety. In each study, the group that received neurofeedback demonstrated significant reduction in test anxiety. In comparison the untreated control group and the relaxation-training group experienced no significant reduction.

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Depression

Although reports to date on using neurofeedback for depression are case reports, they provide encouragement that neurofeedback may hold potential for treating mildly to severely depressed patients. There are numerous clinical reports of neurofeedback efficacy for depression.

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Autism

A 2006 study using neurofeedback showed a 40 percent reduction in autistic symptoms, enhancement of function between the brain and behavior, and reduction of hyperconnectivity…

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Learning Disabilities

The evidence accumulated to date indicates that few of these intervention efforts demonstrate efficacy. Research completed to date and clinical reports show greater improvements with EEG biofeedback with these two groups. The application of neurofeedback with reading disability is relatively recent. Findings suggest that neurofeedback specifically aimed at reading disability would be effective.

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Addictions

Neurofeedback is so effective at reducing relapse rate because so many people suffering from substance abuse are also struggling with depression, anxiety, insomnia, and trauma. Because neurofeedback can be so effective at treating these, it is much easier to remain abstinent.Neurofeedback is also extremely helpful withdrawing from antidepressants, sleeping pills, benzodiazepines and other medications.

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PTSD

Staff Sgt. Roberts, however, doesn’t care how neurofeedback works — only that it does. Despite being told by doctors that he’d never be healthy enough to return to his former life as a police officer in Dallas, Roberts is back at work — and credits neurofeedback with the turnaround.

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Traumatic Brain Injury

The evidence accumulated to date indicates that few standard intervention demonstrate efficacy. Research and clinical reports show greater improvements with EEG biofeedback. The results of studies indicate that neurofeedback shows significant promise.

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