Research suggests that Neurofeedback could effectively be used as a first line of treatment for children and adults with ADHD, in lieu of medications (amphetamines) in some cases, as Neurofeedback has no side effects as a treatment.
Research shows positive outcomes, not only in symptom reduction of behavioral health issues, but also in long-term improvements of social behaviors, increases in academic performance, and reduced symptoms of anxiety.
According to ISNR, the efficacy of treating ADD/ADHD with NFB is considered a 4 out 5, with 5 being the most efficacious.
For more information visit the ISNR website https://www.aapb.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3470
Everybody gets anxious. Treatment is called for if the amount of anxiety is out of proportion to the problem or lasts too long.
Many methods for helping people reduce and control their anxiety have been shown to be effective. Behavioral techniques include relaxation training, cognitive restructuring, and biofeedback. Any form of biofeedback that helps people become aware of their physiological responses as they become anxious and that helps them learn to relax is apparently at least as effective as any other behavioral technique.
According to ISNR, the efficacy of treating Anxiety with NFB is considered a 4 out 5, with 5 being the most efficacious.
For more information visit the ISNR website https://www.aapb.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3478
Both the National Institutes and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine have both stated that biofeedback/NFB used in conjunction with relaxation training can help sleep problems.
Migraines are painful and often debilitating. There is strong evidence pointing toward NFB as a viable approach to effectively treat migraines.
According to the ISNR, the efficacy of treating Migraines with NFB is considered a 4 out of 5, with 5 being the most efficacious.
For more information, visit the ISNR website
Age Related Cognitive Decline
Traumatic Brain Injury
Improving Mental Performance
See the full list of disorders and treatment at https://www.aapb.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3404