My article on Neurofeedback has been published on Psychology Everywhere.
At the end of the first session, you won’t feel much of a difference, but you will feel a little tired, as if you had gone for a medium-length jog. That’s because Neurofeedback is essentially structured exercise for your brain. Just as with physical exercise, you’ll start to notice the effects after a few weeks of keeping up the routine. Positive results include feeling less anxious, reduced stress, being able to cope better with adversity, and a more cheerful mood. Neurofeedback is used to treat a range of conditions, including insomnia, depression, and memory loss. It has been found to be particularly effective in the treatment of learning disorders, anxiety, autism, and ADHD.
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