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Neurofeedback is a sound-based biofeedback technology used to retrain the brain to self-regulate and function optimally.
The patient wears headphones or their own earbuds and listens to the music of their choosing. Sensors used to measure brain wave activity are placed on the head with the aim of detecting electromagnetic ‘turbulence’. When ‘turbulent’ processing occurs, the music the patient is listening to stops and the brain learns to auto-correct its processing function in an effort to maintain the continuity of the music.
Neurofeedback sessions use the Delta, Theta, Alpha, Beta and SMR brainwaves to retrain the brain’s ability to operate at its most efficient levels. Research has shown Neurofeedback’s potential to enhance the brain function of individuals suffering from stress, depression, epilepsy, insomnia, memory issues, ADD, addictions and anxiety.
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