What Is Neurofeedback Therapy and How Does It Work?

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What Is Neurofeedback Therapy and How Does It WorkDo you suffer from a disorder or illness related to the brain? Have you sought treatment, and nothing seems to work? There might be a treatment option that’s right for you. 

Neurofeedback therapy, or EEG biofeedback, has grown in popularity in recent years. It’s a drug-free intervention that can treat different conditions. 

This therapy can help to improve brain function and ease some of your symptoms. Read this article to learn more about neurofeedback therapy and how it might be able to help you. 

What Is Neurofeedback Therapy?

A young teenage girl and child therapist during EEG neurofeedback session.

You may be asking, “What’s neurofeedback therapy, and can it truly help me?” Think about it as a mediation on steroids that helps to train the brain.

This therapy teaches the brain to identify atypical brainwave patterns. The brain can then replace these irregular patterns with healthy brain activity.

Neurofeedback therapy involves attaching sensors to the patient’s scalp and ears to measure brain activity. With the use of software, we can analyze the activity in the brain to identify brain imbalance. 

This therapy isn’t a cure; it’s an intervention that manages how the brain works to improve its function. Like riding a bike, this therapy works on operant conditioning, which means upright is good and falling down is bad. Rewarding the optimal function of the brain improves how the brain works. 

How Does Neurofeedback Therapy Work?

During your session, the provider will place sensors on certain areas of the head. The sensors send the activity to a computer. It uses a special kind of software to process signals in the brain.

The brain will then receive feedback from the software. It’ll direct brainwave activity to a more desirable pattern. The goal is to identify areas of dysfunction to address them. Changing brainwave activity is all part of using the power of neuroplasticity

It takes time and repetition to get the most benefit out of it. If you have a severe neurological condition, you might need to undergo more than a few sessions. 

What Conditions Can Neurofeedback Therapy Help to Treat?

This therapy can help to treat different conditions. It can treat several psychiatric disorders like depression and schizophrenia. It can also help to treat ADHD, anxiety, and autism. 

Do you suffer from memory issues? Training your brain might be right for you. It can help to improve memory and overall cognitive efficiency. 

If you have trouble sleeping, you should consider trying neurofeedback therapy. This therapy corrects issues with delta waves. These waves regulate sleep. 

Does your child have a learning disorder? This therapy can train the areas of the brain that children use to learn. It can help to improve their executive skills. 

Make an Appointment for Neurofeedback Therapy

Neurofeedback therapy is an intervention that can treat different conditions. It involves the use of sensors that monitor brain activity. It will help to improve how the brain functions. 

Experience the benefits of improved cognitive health. Do you want to learn more about neurofeedback therapy? Contact us, and we can answer all your questions so you can make your first appointment. 

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