ADHD — Can Neurofeedback Help?

Overcome ADHD with Neurofeedback Therapy

What does ADHD look like?

What ADHD looks like in a person struggling with this disorder is the inability to focus or concentrate, becoming easily distracted, overwhelmed or frustrated. ADHD can cause anger outbursts, difficulty completing tasks, restlessness and the inability to socially engage or connect.

A Clinically Proven, Natural Approach

Neurofeedback is a natural approach that is backed by more than 50 years of research and it addresses the underlying factors that contribute to ADHD.

How Does Medication Work?

The standard protocol for ADD/ADHD has traditionally been medication. The role of the medication stimulates the neurotransmitter dopamine, which is associated with pleasure, attention and movement. Medication is meant to treat the symptoms but are not targeted at correcting the cause.

Can Medication Fix the Problem?

Medication does not cure ADHD – it merely treats the symptons for as long as you are taking it. Some people experience great success with medication, others do not. A long-term solution requires a different kind of intervention.

How Can Neurofeedback Help ADHD?

The goal of all neurofeedback is to transform an unhealthy, abnormal brainwave pattern into a normal, healthy, organized pattern. By doing this, the brain becomes more stable and is able to operate optimally and efficiently.


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— JoAnne

How Can Neurofeedback Help ADHD?

There are answers, natural corrective solutions exist. BrainCore neurofeedback therapy specialists are able to map your brain, see exactly where the imbalance is and to what extent.