What Conditions Can Neurofeedback Help ?
In this video, Stuart Black talks about the variety of conditions that Neurofeedback can help with.
Because of the way Neurofeedback works in regulating brain activity, it can help with a wide variety of symptoms and associated conditions.
Neurofeedback has been used for many years to help with symptoms of physiological and mental conditions ranging from Epilepsy, AD/HD, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Migraines, Depression and Anxiety, chronic pain conditions like Fibromyalgia, to Post cancer Cognitive Impairment or ‘Chemo Brain’:
- Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder
- Autistic Spectrum Disorders
- Down Syndrome
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Fibromyalgia Syndrome
- Vertigo & Tinnitus
- Post Cancer Cognitive Impairment or ‘Chemo Brain’
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
As brain regulation improves the symptoms of these conditions, other symptoms can be improved too, such as high blood pressure. It can also help the recovery from post-stroke effects including aphasia, and brain damage due to stroke or trauma.
Where the condition involves structural defects or damage in the brain, Neurofeedback cannot reverse the damage or modify the structure, but we believe it can improve the function of these and other areas of the brain to compensate.
Because of the way Neurofeedback works in improving brain regulation, it can also enhance the performance of already healthy brains. It’s used by professional sports people ranging from footballers to tennis players to golfers.
For the ambitious high-potential employee, we can offer a tailored programme combined with the sort of coaching normally only available to C-level executives, combined with Neurofeedback to fine tune your brain to perform better than ever before.
It’s also used by seasoned business executives who want to overcome career blockers that might otherwise hold their promotion prospects back, such as emotional stability and reactivity, improved mental focus, and physical calming to avoid or overcome executive burn-out.
We’ll tell you more about this in a future video to launch our Neurofeedback4Performance service.