Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can negatively impact attention, learning, impulse control and activity levels. The symptoms of ADHD can make daily life challenging, especially when it comes to organization, resisting distractions and completing tasks on time.
Neurofeedback therapy, also called Neuromodulation therapy, is highly effective at addressing ADHD.
Very often, ADHD brains generate an abundance of delta or theta brain waves, which are low-frequency. At the same time, the ADHD brain often generates a shortage of high-frequency beta brain waves, which help with problem solving and efficient information processing.
Over the course of several training sessions, Neurofeedback therapy aims to reverse the ratio and help the brain self-regulate.
When addressing ADHD, the end goal of Neurofeedback therapy is an activated, engaged brain and overall reduction in symptoms.