The overall goals of Neurofeedback:
It accomplishes all this by using various scientific protocols to train the brain to discard its unhealthy patterns that can and do cause many devastating disorders.
Neurofeedback then retrains the brain to adopt new, healthier patterns that allow the brain to function much better, and the person to become more of who they really are.
Neurofeedback has the potential to benefit in the following areas:
It has been known to help many brain disorders such as:
Neurofeedback also has been used to enhance the peak performance of very demanding vocations such as professional musicians and athletes.
It has been traditionally thought that our brains were fully molded and changed little after reaching adulthood. However, recent neuroscience studies indicate that the human brain is in a “plastic” state and can change with life experience and training such as neurofeedback. Specifically, the brain is capable of rerouting through its trillions of connections in order to learn new information and to bypass damaged or suppressed areas.
In addition, studies indicate that some parts of the brain can even grow new brain cells and their connecting axons and dendrites if sufficiently challenged. Retraining and challenging the brain in most cases improves brain abnormalities such as over-arousal, under-arousal, and instability. The real cause of the above abnormalities is the brains inability to control and regulate itself.
Neurofeedback is an excellent way to restore brain regulation and minimize abnormalities. Neurofeedback is becoming more popular as a naturopathic, non-invasive, non pharmaceutical training method to restore optimal brain function.
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