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Medication-less Treatments for ADHD

Posted on: May 10th, 2022

The options for treating ADHD without medication are growing: Two digital therapies have been cleared by the FDA for treating ADHD in children and comorbid mood disorders and anxiety in adults. A third — a video game that would be available only by prescription — is now under FDA review. …

Neurofeedback & PTSD

Posted on: May 3rd, 2022

Some people that suffer from PTSD turn to neurofeedback training to address complex PTSD. Along with other self-care methods and general therapy, neurofeedback helps some people lift a bit of the weight PTSD constantly sets on their shoulders. Neurofeedback Supplementation The following tips are things anyone can do to potentially …

Signs of Inattentive-type ADHD (ADD)

Posted on: April 25th, 2022

Inattentive-type ADHD (formerly called ADD) causes struggles with managing time, losing or misplacing things, and attending to details (resulting in careless mistakes), among other symptoms. Over time, a higher level of mental fatigue and forgetfulness, and lower sustained energy throughout a task may develop. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of …

Using Neurofeedback for Communication

Posted on: April 18th, 2022

Every so often we like to feature a story showcasing the potential of neurofeedback technology and therapy. This month we want to take a look at a recent study where a man was able to recover the ability to communicate from a fully paralyzed state. A new study marks the …

How Neurofeedback Helps

Posted on: April 11th, 2022

Neurofeedback is a computer-guided, noninvasive brain-function training based on EEG feedback. Neurofeedback is also called “Neurotherapy,” “neurofeedback,” or “electroencephalography” (EEG) biofeedback, which helps control involuntary processes such as muscle tension and heart rate.  Usually, the person is responding to a computer display of her/his own electrical activity of the brain, …

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