ADHD and Neurofeedback

The problem with the ADHD brain is that when it is time to concentrate and do “brainy” work, the system slows down instead of speeding up. It gets stuck when its time to rev up. The slow Theta and Alpha waves take over, and brain fog settles in. Fast Beta waves are no where to be found — just when they’re most needed! As an attempt to wake up the brain the person gets really busy, hence the “hyperactivity” often observed. Neurofeedback can counteract this chronic pattern by enhancing the fast Beta brainwaves in a non-invasive and, dare I say it, even enjoyable series of sessions. Clients watch movies or listen to music while gently nudging the Beta waves to the frontal lobe.

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