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There is much research that shows that depression is neurological, not psychological. Certain brain patterns are frequently linked to depression. Therefore, training the bbrain through neurofeedback has a powerful ability to improve depression symptoms by regulating brainwaves.
How does neurofeedback training work?
Neurofeedback therapy works by teaching the brain to build healthy, new neural connections, decreasing the asymmetry of brain wave distribution, bringing it more into balance.
Most case of depression can be related to imbalances in the Alpha-Beta distribution in the brain itself. As a result, training the brain with neurofeedback can produce significant improvement by reducing these imbalances.
Neurotherapy begins by observing and analyzing your brainwaves with a Brain Map or qEEG (Quantitative Electroencephalogram). With this data, we create a personal training protocol designed to re-train your brain to help restore it to a healthier, more balanced function.
The Improvements Are Long-Term
The new neural connections developed during the training remain long after your last session in our office. This results in long term relief from depression, because the imbalance that caused it is gone. These new, healthier pathways grow stronger with use – just like any other learned skill that gets better with practice.
Recent research showed that patients receiving neurofeedback showed “significant improvement” in their symptoms.
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Ending Depression With Neurofeedback Training
Although most of us suffer from occasional depression symptoms, major depression is a serious disorder. Its affects 17% of the population in the US. Depression and anxiety are often seen together. Depression changes the way you see yourself, your life, and the people around you. It gives you a lens for experience that tends to color everything in a negative way.
Neurofeedback Goes To The Source Of Depression