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How Effective is Neurofeedback for Treating ADHD? New Study to Evaluate
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is sponsoring the first government-funded study to determine whether neurofeedback helps people with ADHD and other disorders.
Wednesday December 23rd - 11:33am
Filed Under: Alternative Treatments for ADHD
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is sponsoring the first government-funded, peer-reviewed study to determine whether neurofeedback is an effective treatment for the millions of American children and adults living with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and similar mental health issues, according to The Washington Post online.
Neurofeedback uses brain exercises to reduce impulsivity and increase attentiveness, by teaching the patient to produce the brain-wave patterns associated with focus.
Read more about the study at The Washington Post online.