By: The New Jersey Institute For Neurofeedback  07/08/2015
Keywords: Anger Management, Attention Deficit Disorder, Anxiety Disorder

Neurofeedback (also called Neuro Therapy) is a non-invasive process where brain waves are monitored in real time by a computer, which can then use that information to produce changes in brainwave activity. The process of adjusting brainwave activity is known as operant conditioning, which is a method where rewards for positive behavior increase learning capabilities. The computer monitors your brainwaves while you watch a movie or listen to music. When deviations from normal brainwave activity occur, the computer triggers an audio or visual cue that alerts the patient that they are outside normal ranges. These cues are received by the brain, which subconsciously adjusts itself back to a normal pattern to make the cue stop. With enough repetition of this process, the brain eventually learns to stay in the normal ranges on its own without the computer. With the brain functioning normally on its own, symptoms of irregular brain activity will decline.

Keywords: Anger Management, Anxiety Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Neurofeedback, obsessive compulsive disorder

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