Direct neurofeedback can be described as “rebooting a computer.” The mind is much like an advanced computer, and direct neurofeedback can essentially help to rewrite the software of your brain. It can assist in stimulating brain waves that are frozen, stuck or repeating.
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Direct neurofeedback results in mood improvement among depressed individuals on a highly concentrated level. Even if you are healthy, you can undergo the treatment to improve the functioning of your brain and to gain resilience to stress.
Anxiety is an automatic response and it can be hard to control – enter, comprehensive anxiety treatment. When we are unable to control our emotions and conjunctively, our anxiety, that is when it becomes a problem.
A new type of therapy- Direct Neurofeedback could be "just what the doctor ordered" for treating mental disorders.
The development of direct neurofeedback as a viable treatment for depression suggests that there can be better ways to manage mental imbalances.
While there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to treating neurological disorders, patients’ results are indicating Direct Neurofeedback as a positive form of ADHD treatment.
Is There a Relationship between Depression and Dementia? A study by neuropsychiatric researchers at Rush University looked at and dementia and depression. The study is in the July 30, 2014, online issue of Neurology ®, the journal of the American Academy of Neurology. Up until now studies have shown that people with depression are more…
Glia – No respect After Einstein’s death, his brain was preserved for future study. Scientists were naturally curious to see how the brain of this genius compared with the brain of a person of ordinary intelligence. Would there be an abundance of neurons (grey matter) or some unusual wiring of the neurons that distinguished his…
Direct and LENS Neurofeedback Helps Stopping Stopping Relapse or Withdrawal of Antidepressants There are 20 million Americans on antidepressants similar to Etizest, which some people take in the hopes of managing their symptoms of anxiety and/or depression a lot better. Benefits can be partial and temporary and fraught with side effects. And so it’s understandable…