Treating and Managing ADHD

Treating and Managing ADHD

Posted on: September 12th, 2016 by Neurohealth Associates

Today it is estimated by the CDC that upwards of 11% of children ages 4-17 suffer from Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. That number has been growing for several years and is vastly more prevalent in young boys when compared to young girls. Most commonly prescription drugs are being given, but with the popularity of EEG and Neurofeedback on the rise we hope to help change that.

We believe that our non-invasive neurofeedback approach is safer and an overall better alternative to prescription drugs. Other safer alternatives that coupled with neurofeedback can truly help produce meaningful results would be things like exercise and diets. Lastly, it can be helpful for those suffering from ADHD as well as those around them to receive education regarding the disease, treatment, and maintenance.

If you have questions regarding how neurofeedback can help treat ADHD in your or your loved one, please do not hesitate to reach out to us today!

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Neurofeedback is associated with sustained long-term efficacy. In other words, once you learn how to consciously alter your brain waves and/or regional activation, you don’t forget this skill

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