A growing number of studies and clinical reports have shown that neurofeedback training may often be helpful in alleviating the symptoms associated with a wide range of cognitive disorders, brain injuries and negative affective states.
Neurofeedback has been shown to be an effective tool for:
Conditions for which studies and/or published clinical data indicate the efficacy or possible efficacy of neurofeedback:
Conditions for which there have been published clinical reports of the efficacy of neurofeedback:
Conditions for which the use of neurofeedback appears to be promising and further study is indicated:
The choice of which training approaches are appropriate for a particular individual depends on many factors. Neurofeedback training should only take place under the supervision of a properly trained professional.
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