Who do you think of when you hear the term "PTSD"? Many of us associate Post Tramatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) with veterans, and for good reason. Military service, especially in a combat zone, can lead to PTSD symptoms.
In this video, two veterans share about the PTSD symptoms that had taken over their lives and how neurofeedback helped them recover. ...continue reading
Military personal sometimes develop symptoms of PTSD as a result of experiencing trauma. This may include experiences such as battle, assault, military sexual trauma, on-the-job injuries, or traffic accidents. Often there have been often multiple jolts, as well as traumatic events from childhood.
This video explains how neurofeedback is being used to treat veterans affected by PTSD. ...continue reading
Neurofeedback is a type of psychotherapy that helps you return your brain to the way it was designed to work. It has been used successfully to help people with a wide variety of problems, including depression, anxiety, ADHD, serious behavior issues, addictions, sleep issues, epilepsy, PTSD, and brain damage from head injuries.
The "neuro" in neurofeedback refers to nerves and the nervous system because neurofeedback measures the electrical activity of the nerves in your brain. "Feedback" refers to the visual, auditory, or tactile information (in other words, feedback) that a neurofeedback system gives your brain to help it shift its brainwave patterns.
Neurofeedback is a form of biofeedback applied to the brain itself. It uses the brain’s natural abilities to learn in order to help it function more efficiently. ...continue reading