Rewiring Your Brain: Neurofeedback Goes MainstreamMay 9, 2016
Neurofeedback training is on the rise again and gaining traction as a possible treatment option for a plethora of neurological disorders. The field aims to shift brain waves back to health without drugs, exercise or even meditation and was originated by Barry Sterman of UCLA to try to help astronauts avoid seizures while in space. The training consists of constant, real-time feedback during brain focusing exercises that change the plasticity of the brain and has shown some promising results in early trials.
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