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Neurofeedback Developments: Apps

Posted on: January 30th, 2023

Wexner Medical Center and Ohio State College of Medicine recently received a grant that includes support for delivering a validated mind-body health program through wearable devices and smartphones. This new Mindfulness in Motion exercise prompting system being researched at Ohio State uses biofeedback to trigger program prompts to smartphones – …

Neurofeedback & Teen Anxiety Training

Posted on: January 23rd, 2023

The teen years are often the most turbulent time in one’s life, for both the teen and the parent. Going through puberty, developing a sense of self, and adjusting to new social situations can be daunting for teens. Teenagers are also under more pressure than ever before to excel academically …

Why ADHD Needs to be Treated

Posted on: January 16th, 2023

It can be tough trying to fit in when you have ADHD. Trying to fit in without seeking help or therapy is called ADHD masking. This may include suppressing symptoms, trying to hide your ADHD in public settings, or denying the real effect ADHD has on your life. ADHD masking …

Neurofeedback Training Developments

Posted on: January 9th, 2023

Neurofeedback training and technology promised to be the future of brain health-related technology. Have they delivered the mental health revolution the field has been promising for decades?  The bottom line is that no experiments with proper double-blind controls have been convincing, and positive results obtained in less rigorous experiments with …

Neurofeedback: An Alternative to Medicine Treatments of ADHD

Posted on: December 26th, 2022

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, is a behavioral and cognitive condition that affects people’s daily lives and can make societal integration more difficult. ADHD is a fairly common neurodevelopmental disorder that is frequently identified in children and persists in adults. In reality, inattention and hyperactive or impulsive behavior are …

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