Neurofeedback: News and Research Review
Here are some recent developments in neurofeedback we would like to keep you informed of. It’s been an exciting month in this fast- developing field.
Can neurofeedback help you think your way out of depression?
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine tested neurofeedback (using an fMRI) in the treatment of depression.
Meta-Analysis: Can Neurofeedback Effectively Treat ADHD?
“Should my family consider neurofeedback therapy for ADHD symptoms? It’s a question many clinicians are asked. Studies are encouraging, but not conclusive. Here’s what professionals — and patients — need to know.”
Over time, neurofeedback aims to help patients increase the ratio of high-frequency brain waves, leading to stronger attention and self-control.
Many ADHD brains generate an abundance of low-frequency delta or theta brain waves, and a shortage of high-frequency beta brain waves. Over 20 to 40 training sessions, neurofeedback works to reverse that ratio. The end goal is an activated, engaged brain, and an overall reduction in ADHD symptoms.
Neurofeedback Systems Market Growth with Worldwide Industry Analysis to 2027
From the world of finance, a global 10 year projection for the growth of neurofeedback therapy:
Neurofeedback Systems Market: Drivers and Restraints, Segmentation, Overview, Region-wise Outlook and Key Players
“Global neurofeedback systems market is continue to witness positive growth owing to its alternative and complementary treatment for several brain dysfunction, rising demand for non-invasive treatment protocols and increased prevalence of several neurological disorders in the recent times would expected to fuel demand neurofeedback systems over a period of forecast.”