Neurofeedback can be used to overcome a multitude of psychological obstacles including:
- Emotional trauma
- Autoimmune dysfunctions
- Premenstrual syndrome
- Addictive disorders
- Chronic fatigue/sleep disorders
Just as physical exercise strengthens the body’s control and resilience, neurofeedback training can do the same for brainwaves. A healthier brain can improve sleep patterns, leading to better alertness throughout the day. It can aid in managing attention span as well as emotions. Training brainwaves can break psychological patters such as anxiety and depression through moment-to-moment, thought-to-thought analysis and a structured development of new, healthier patterns.