• Psychological Treatments

    Neurofeedback ADHD: Does It Really Work?

    Neurofeedback ADHD as therapy is seen as a promising treatment option for people with ADHD. But does it really work? More importantly, can you afford it? Neurofeedback: What is it? Neurofeedback is a process where the patient is trained to produce a certain type of brain wave pattern that promotes concentration and focus. The goal of neurofeedback is to reduce the symptoms of ADHD, primarily distractibility and impulsivity. The procedure starts by mapping the patient’s brain. Next, he is made to sit with a cap lined with electrodes which are designed to read his brain wave patterns as he performs certain tasks. Most exercises start with simple tasks, like reading…