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Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback (NFB), also Known as neurotherapy, is a type of biofeedback that presents real-time feedback from brain activity in order to reinforce healthy brain function through operant conditioning. It is a non-invasive way to control and measure your brain waves and body temperature. This form of therapy allows us to retrain an otherwise involuntary body process

An electrical impulses, or brain waves, move through the brain and account for your ability for all the things you do such as walking, typing, cooking, or driving as well as eating, going to the bathroom, sweating, or getting scared.determine how we feel, how we interact with others, how well we sleep, and how organized we are. 

When our brain waves are too slow or too fast, we may feel too sluggish or too nervous. Harmonized brain waves are essential for feeling good and functioning in the optimal range. 

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how it works ?

Typically, electrical activity from the brain is collected via sensors placed on the scalp using electroencephalography (EEG), with feedback presented using video displays or sound.

During a Neurofeedback session, you sit comfortably in a chair with electrode sensors on your scalp. These sensors only read the electrical signals produced by your brain and transmit them to a computer, they don’t transmit any type of signal to your brain.

When you engage in neurofeedback, you actually get to see a visual representation of the ebb and flow of your brainwave patterns in real time as your brain responds to the images, sounds, or game you’re presented with

How Neurofeedback Can Benefit You

Neurofeedback helps you harmonize your brain waves, naturally (without medications). During the neurofeedback sessions, your brain “learns” how to bring abnormally fast or slow waves into the normal range.  You sit back and watch a movie while we monitor your brain waves

 
Neurofeedback has been highly successful in the treatment of epilepsy, sleep disorders as well as ADHD and ADD.

It has been successfully applied in clinical settings for more than 30 years, particularly in the treatment of ADHD and ADD.

some of the other disorder:

  1. Depression

  2. Anxiety and panic disorders,

  3.  post-traumatic stress disorders,

  4.  obsessive compulsive disorders,

  5.  sleep disorders, chronic fatigue syndrome,

  6.  traumatic brain injuries,

  7. fibromyalgia and chronic pain syndromes,

  8. migraines, 

  9. autism,

  10. dementia, tic disorders as Tourette Syndrome,

  11. Parkinson Disease, Lyme disease and can be treated as well.

Meet The Team

Maryam Ebrahimnezhad

Member of American Psychological Association