meaning that neurofeedback was rated as both effective and specific. These studies have also shown that someone with ADHD or ADD who has been successfully treated with biofeedback for the brain may continue to enjoy the benefits of those changes long after the treatment has ended. While it is not a cure-all 周杰伦方文山合影 瑞典火车坦克相撞

UnCategorized For children diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, often the first and only method of treatment recommended is prescription medication. These medications can be helpful, but parents should also be aware that natural alternatives such as neurofeedback therapy are available. In the past few years, one study after another has shown that symptoms associated with both ADD and ADHD can be controlled and even prevented using biofeedback for the brain, or neurofeedback. Biofeedback for the brain has been quite impressive in one study after another. In fact, in studies conducted on its use for attention deficit disorder, it was rated as having a ‘level five’ research outcome, which is the highest level possible, meaning that neurofeedback was rated as both effective and specific. These studies have also shown that someone with ADHD or ADD who has been successfully treated with biofeedback for the brain may continue to enjoy the benefits of those changes long after the treatment has ended. While it is not a cure-all, neurofeedback for a child or adult with ADD or ADHD can be an effective way to control the disorganized thoughts and impulsive behaviors that these disorders cause. Using neurofeedback, children can learn how to concentrate better so actions and thoughts can be better controlled. Learning to identify and control stress responses, including cardiovascular and heart rate activity has also been shown to be highly beneficial, especially in children who are capable of learning how to take some degree of responsibility for their own therapy. After receiving neurofeedback therapy, many children with ADD and ADHD become less awkward socially and re-gain the self-confidence that these disorders have robbed them of. With these improvements, the child has a much easier time in school, he or she finds it easier to build and keep friendships, follows rules around the home better, and overall regains some of his or her old self back. Although not every child with attention deficit disorder will get relief with neurofeedback, a recent study found that eight out of ten children will experience significant improvement. Many even gain several points in IQ as an added benefit. Such profound changes help the child live a more normal life and provide the parents with hope and encouragement. During neurofeedback sessions, the patient is trained with audio and visual features of the neurofeedback machine so that when certain thoughts or stressors begin, they are quickly recognized, which then allows the person to make changes so responses of the body are less intense, if at all. Typically, after between thirty and forty such sessions, these positive changes in brain function become longer lasting. At home, parents can also look into other alternative therapies to enhance neurofeedback such as guided imagery, visualization, aromatherapy, and yoga. The bottom line is that the challenging symptoms that go along with both ADD and ADHD do not have to control a person’s life, especially that of a child. With so many positive results coming out of neurofeedback studies, we can clearly see that instead of depending solely or primarily on heavy medications, with their unpleasant and possibly long-term side effects, safe and natural approaches can be used. Because of neurofeedback therapy, adults with ADD and ADHD, and parents of children with the disorder can look forward to a future where their lives are no longer shaped by its influence. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: