Neurofeedback, also known as neurotherapy, is a brain-based biofeedback method that helps with various conditions. Research shows neurofeedback can enhance the brain's self-regulating capacity, which may provide long-term benefits such as:

  • Enhanced emotional stability
  • Reduced anxiety and depression
  • Improved cognitive performance, attention, and concentration
  • Decreased excessive fear, anger, or emotional sensitivity
  • Better sleep
  • Increased stress tolerance
  • Enhanced sporting, musical, and academic performance
  • Relief from seizures, headaches, and chronic pain
  • Increased mindfulness
  • Reduced addictive/compulsive behaviors

Unlike traditional 'talk' or drug therapies that focus on symptoms, neurofeedback aims to adjust dysfunctional brain wave patterns, a key neurological factor underlying these issues.