How Can Neurofeedback Help Treat ADHD?

How Can Neurofeedback Help Treat ADHD?

Posted on: August 28th, 2020 by Neurohealth Associates

If you’re diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or attention-deficit disorder (ADD), either as an adult or as a child, your diagnosis might actually come as a relief. At last, you have an explanation for your struggles with focus, impulsivity, attention, or timeliness. And, as soon as you identify the reason for your mental health symptoms, you can start to explore real techniques to improve your focus and mood. With treatment, you can take back control over your life. 

How does neurofeedback work?

With neurofeedback therapy, also called electroencephalogram (EEG) biofeedback, you can noninvasively retrain your brain. With repeated neurofeedback treatments, you can achieve the balance you need to maintain stable mental health over time. 

Neurofeedback lets you skip the need for medications and drug complications and side effects. The treatment is completely drug-free. Instead, we use cutting-edge computer technology to balance and adjust the electrical energy in your brain.  

Noninvasive neurofeedback treatment doesn’t shock your brain with electrical currents, just records your brain signals to improve your energy balance.  

The electrical impulses in your brain govern everything from your moods to your decisions, and manipulating your electrical pathways lets you break out of old habits and patterns. With neurofeedback, you can improve your ADHD symptoms. 

Benefit from better concentration quit bad habits for good, and even get in some needed relaxation.

Who is a good candidate for neurofeedback therapy?

Neurofeedback treatment has the potential to help patients of all ages with a variety of mental health issues, from ADD and ADHD to anxiety, depression, Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), various social disorders, and addiction. Additionally, it can help patients who suffer from complex mental health conditions including: 

  • Chronic pain and fatigue 
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) 
  • Schizophrenia 

In addition, neurofeedback may be helpful if you have unwanted mood swings, problems sleeping, anger management issues, motivation, or poor self-esteem. The easy, noninvasive treatment can painlessly improve your mental health condition and outlook on life.

Schedule a consultation with NeuroHealth today and find out how we can help you.

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