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Brain waves

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback, also known as EEG biofeedback, is a safe and effective method that allows you to train your brainwaves. It involves real-time monitoring of your brain activity using electroencephalography (EEG) sensors, which are painlessly placed on your scalp. The brainwave patterns detected by the sensors are then translated into visual and auditory feedback.


How Does Neurofeedback work?

  • Neurofeedback works on the principle of operant conditioning, where the brain learns to self-regulate and optimize its functioning. During a neurofeedback session, you will be engaged in enjoyable and interactive activities, such as watching a movie or playing a game, while your brainwave patterns are continuously monitored.


  • When your brain produces desired patterns or frequencies, you'll receive positive feedback, such as the movie playing smoothly or the game progressing. On the other hand, when your brain produces less desired patterns, the feedback may pause or become distorted. Over time, your brain learns to self-regulate and produce more efficient patterns, resulting in improved brain function and overall well-being.

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benefits of neurofeedback

Benefits of Neurofeedback

  • Enhanced Cognitive Performance: Neurofeedback can help improve focus, attention, memory, and mental clarity, leading to increased productivity and better academic or professional performance.


  • Stress and Anxiety Reduction: By training your brain to achieve a more balanced state, neurofeedback can help alleviate stress, anxiety, and promote a sense of calm and relaxation.


  • Improved Sleep Quality: Neurofeedback can address sleep issues by promoting healthier brainwave patterns and improving overall sleep architecture, leading to more restful and rejuvenating sleep.


  • Peak Athletic Performance: Neurofeedback can be utilized by athletes to enhance their mental resilience, focus, and coordination, enabling them to reach their peak performance levels.


  • Emotional Regulation: Neurofeedback can aid in emotional regulation by optimizing brainwave patterns associated with mood stability, reducing impulsivity, and enhancing emotional resilience.


  • Cognitive Rehabilitation: Neurofeedback has shown promising results in supporting individuals recovering from traumatic brain injuries, stroke, or other cognitive impairments, promoting neural plasticity and facilitating the healing process.


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