What is Neuro Feedback?
Neurofeedback is a non-invasive approach to directly exercise and create new neural pathways within the brain.
Neurofeedback can be used to deal with brain issues like autism, Asperger’s Spectrum Disorder, attention- deficits, insomnia, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, stress, more focus and concentration, lack of motivation or memory and other mental disorders or deficiencies.
Neurofeedback is a process in which we train the brain to help improve its ability to regulate all body functions and to take care of itself. Neurofeedback provides the neurotherapist with information provided from the brain in the form of various brainwave patterns as they are distributed throughout the brain. Examples of these brainwaves are the delta, theta, alpha, beta, and gamma waves.
Neurofeedback is direct brain exercise. As the brain continues to get rewarded through visual and/or auditory feedback, neural networks on the area where the electrodes are located are being activated. With repeated neurofeedback sessions, these newly formed neural networks become more permanent and the dysfunctional symptoms of the client undertaking the training are steadily being reduced. Since the brain is the command and control centre of the whole body, good self-regulation enhances mental performance, emotional control and physiological stability.
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