How does Neurofeedback work?

Electrodes (small microphones) are placed on the head’s surface corresponding to underlying brain regions involved in behavior-specific areas of interest (i.e., focus, attention or anxiety). Your brainwaves are measured with the use of an EEG computer program. The information provided about various brainwave frequencies allows for an individualized baseline to be established.

A neurosoftware program then alerts you when your brainwave frequencies change to meet frequencies ideal for your target-focused behavior. Your real-time brain signals will be visualized on a computer screen and the presentation of an audio cue will present as feedback when your brain reaches desired frequencies. Your brain adapts to the feedback signals and self-regulates your brainwave frequencies. This method is known as operant conditioning for which you are positively rewarded with visual graphics and audio presentations for making healthy brainwave patterns.

Over sessions, your brain adopts these new patterns intuitively, just as your brain did when you learned to ride a bike. At first, you likely thought lean left or lean right, but then your brain did all the work on its own to find and maintain balance. Neurofeedback works in the same respect. Known as neuroplasticity, the brain has the innate ability to learn a new skill or change brainwave patterns with practice. Over time, notable changes for example mental clarity, stress, anxiety and focus will occur.

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