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What are the therapeutic applications of neurofeedback?
Neurofeedback is a powerful technique that can train the brain toward better function. Improved functioning means relief for many – i.e. migraine sufferers have no more headaches, insomniacs fall asleep easily, autistic children relate to others. What has been discovered is that disregulation of brain function is a core issue in many disorders.
The following biofeedback studies are summaries of a collective of neurofeedback experience of Neurofeedback therapists, with various conditions. The collective message is one of profound brain plasticity that allows us to teach the brain improved self-regulation. Whereas life for many of us has been a matter of accommodating to the limitations of body and mind, many of them getting worse as we age, through Neurofeedback we are discovering how much our own behavior, and our own capacities, can be placed under our own control and subject to systematic improvement.
Our capacity for the enhancement of brain function is in many ways greater than our capacity for enhancement of physical skills through exercise and training. The unused potential of our brains is vast by comparison to the improvement that might be in store for us through determined physical exercise. Much of this is a skill that just needs to be acquired once. From then on, the brain owns the skill even without continued Neurofeedback sessions. Then life, itself, becomes the reinforcer of good brain function as improved behaviors, moods and thoughts self-perpetuate.
List of Therapeutic Uses:
Addictions, Attention Deficit (ADHD), Autism, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Pain, Conduct Disorders, Depression, Epilepsy, Learning Disabilities, Migraines, Obsessive Compulsive, Peak Performance, Post-Traumatic Stress (PTSD), Sleep Disorders,Tourette’s Syndrome, Traumatic Brain Injury, and others!
For more information on neurofeedback and various articles such as ‘What is Neurofeedback?’, ‘Therapeutic Uses of Neurofeedback’, neurofeedback videos, and discount coupons can be found at our website. Otherwise give us a call at 281-787-8999 or find us at the Neurofeedback Wellness Center (.Com), Woodlands Neurofeedback (.Net), Houston Neurofeedback (.Net), or Katy Neurofeedback (.Net).
Dr Michael Schmidt is the founder of The Neurofeedback Wellness Center located in Houston Texas. Dr Schmidt covers Houston Neurofeedback and Woodlands Neurofeedback for a variety of therapeutic uses.
These uses range from attention deficit (add / adhd), post traumatic stress (ptsd), stress and anxiety, sleeplessness, learning disabilities, and much more. To find out more on Neurofeedback or to hear actual client testimonials (videos), visit the site(s):