Wellness through neurofeedback and biofeedback
It has not been a while that neurofeedback and biofeedback were introduced as a clinical procedure to treat various conditions from migraines to even mobility related issues. A biofeedback or neurofeedback is a procedure where the brain waves are modulated by using non-invasive stimuli such as movies, images, and sounds. Although, it is not completely known what causes these substantial changes in the human brain, but one thing is for sure that these procedures do have a significant impact on the cognitive ability of humans. There are many cases where people experience difficulty in usual daily procedures after going through a surgery, especially, brain tumor removal or radiation therapy and it has some side-effects on the nearby areas of the brain. It is found that using Neurotherapy a lot of such problems can be effectively solved or brought back to normal through several sessions. This has grown in popularity because it is completely a non-invasive procedure and has a permanent impact on modulating brain waves back to normal conditioning state as before.
While there is some controversy as to how well this procedure works in comparison to the standards such as the use of medications, neurofeedback uses your mind and is all natural. This is why we find it so intriguing and highly recommend that you consider it’s use when taking advantage of other wellness practices.
There is a big list of conditions that are being treated with neurofeedback therapy that include autism, anxiety, impulsiveness, attention deficiency, hyperactivity, migraine, depression, and brain injuries. It has been found that correlating and modulating manually the brain waves through continuous monitoring using a computer can help the brain reactivate communication through those channels that became dormant after a surgery or injury. The outcome of this procedure is nothing less than a miracle and that is what is driving the entire scientific community towards more and more research in developing yet better protocols in administering this procedure effectively to patients. It is also found in some cases that neurofeedback often does better than the actual projected date of recovery by your physician because it ultimately depends on the maturity and communication capability of your brain, which without any doubt, is different for every individual. This is what makes it almost impossible to accurately figure out the date of recovery by a neurofeedback therapy consultant and practitioner.
This procedure is also often referred to as EEG Neurotherapy since it depends on monitoring of the EEG waves that originate from the brain during various functional tasks such as watching a video, hearing a sound and thus, it shows the way the brain is interacting with the sensory information. It shows if or not the brain is picking up these signals at all. When a neuro-therapist views these waves, they are able to modulate it so as to divert it towards a normal brain signal by interrupting abnormal behavior. In order to understand these waves, the patient is hooked to a number of electrodes that measure the electrical signals emerging from the brain. These signals are different for different functional tasks performed by individuals and that is the key to understanding and differentiating between normal and abnormal waves. Once, that is perfected through rigorous practice, a therapist is capable of administering the stimuli and better modulate these waves. If you’d like to know more, visit one of the Neurofeedback Clinics in Utah, Texas and other areas in the US.