Posts Categorized: Approaches to Neurofeedback

Open Letter to a Self-Trainer – Training focus

Could there be a point in only selecting one area of symptoms at a time? For example in my case, my main issue is sleep. Second issue is anxiety, third is attention. By selecting every symptom I can relate to, will that dilute the focus and effectiveness of each selected symptoms, compared to if I only select one type of symptoms? Read more…

Comment on what I found

Previous post Next post Subscribe Now! Don’t Missour next post Q: I  found there are 3 ways neurofeedback can be used: 1. Train the brain to maintain a certain brain wave (alpha, beta, etc.) – very basic and not really used any more A) The brain rarely, if ever, maintains “a certain” frequency in any… Read more »