Neurofeedback is Shown to Have Sustained Effects on ADHD
Many people are now aware that neurofeedback is effective in treating ADHD. In the world of neurofeedback research, there has up until this point been insufficient data concerning the duration of the benefits from neurofeedback therapy.
In a recent meta- analysis, which looked at 10 different studies involving 500 children ages 8-12, neurofeedback demonstrated sustained effect in the treatment of ADHD. This study looked at previous studies that were randomized, controlled, and also conducted follow-up for at least six months following the cessation of treatment.