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Category Archives: Neurofeedback Research
Did you know that FERB (Foundation for Education and Research in Biofeedback) has money available for Research Grants and attending the AAPB Annual Conference (this year will be in La Jolla, California). FERB will award its annual research grants for student … Continue reading
A newly published study (“Effect of Infra-Low Frequency Neurofeedback on InfraSlow EEG Fluctuations” by Vera A. Grin-Yatsenko, Valery A. Ponomarev, Olga Kara, Bernhard Wandernoth, Mark Gregory, Valentina A. Ilyukhina and Juri D. Kropotov) has given more evidence to what Neurotherapists have … Continue reading
In celebration of Brain Awareness Week, The Center for NeuroFitness and The LifeSource Group are teaming up to host an Open House Saturday, March 28, 2015 from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM at The LifeSource Building 248 Southpark Circle East, … Continue reading
From GMA and ABC News: “New Study Reveals ADHD Can Be Treated Without Drugs” Click here for the video
A new long term study on the effects of ADHD medications on student grades is out. The June study looked at medication usage and educational outcomes of nearly 4,000 students in Quebec over an average of 11 years and found … Continue reading
From Daniel Amen, MD: 8. Chronic insomnia/sleep apnea: Research suggests that people who get less than 7 hours of sleep at night have lower overall blood flow to the brain and poorer cognitive functioning. 7. Erectile or sexual dysfunction: When … Continue reading
Good news for Neurofeedback! The American Academy of Pediatrics “Evidence-based Child and Adolescent Psycho-social Interventions” has just announced it will elevate biofeedback to “Level 1 — Best Support” as an intervention for Attention & Hyperactivity Behaviors in the next edition. Read article … Continue reading
In a recent study, UC Berkeley found that girls diagnosed with ADHD as children had more self esteem issues, academic difficulties, and more issues with relationships as young adults than non-ADHD girls, sometimes leading to self-destructive thoughts. Read the full … Continue reading