Neurobiofeedback Helps Control Migraines

Two newer forms of biofeedback, used in conjunction with migraine medications, are more effective in reducing the frequency of attacks than medication alone, according to a study performed by biofeedback specialists in Virginia.

The two forms—EEG biofeedback and hemoencephalography biofeedback—are classified as neurobiofeedback.  These forms use an EEG (a graphical record of electrical activity of the […]

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Neurofeedback-based natural ADHD treatment getting new attention

Alexandria neurotherapy center welcomes fresh research into established therapy...
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