Neurofeedback FAQs

If you’re considering neurofeedback, you’re bound to have questions. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions at CNC.

Neurofeedback FAQs in Colorado Springs, CO

Neurofeedback has helped millions with problems that stem from brain dysregulation. Without the risk of getting addicted to medications that only hide the problem, neurofeedback gives you the opportunity to learn about your brain and create a more positive way of thinking.

These frequently asked questions (FAQs) will reveal why neurofeedback is the leading alternative to medication. See how this revolutionary treatment can restore your sense of well-being.

What conditions are helped by neurofeedback therapy?

Neurofeedback is beneficial for the following conditions:

  • Improving concentration
  • Ability to sleep
  • Calming your nerves
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Depression
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Autism
  • Chronic pain
  • Bipolar disorder
  • PTSD

What can I expect during a neurofeedback treatment session?

A special cap made of stretchy material will be placed on your head. There are 20 small holes in the cap that will be filled will a cool gel. A Q-tip is placed in each hole and slight pressure is applied to ensure contact with the scalp– note that there is no pain whatsoever and that the electrodes are used to transfer your brain activity to the technician. The cap is connected to the EEG equipment and your brain waves will be visible to the technician.

How many neurofeedback sessions are typically required?

Patients have different needs and will heal at different rates, but a good rule of thumb for neurofeedback therapy is that 20-40 sessions per condition are recommended.

How often should I attend neurofeedback treatments?

For neurofeedback therapy, one or two sessions per week is the recommended amount.

How long do improvements from neurofeedback last?

Training your brain through neurofeedback produces benefits that last a lifetime. For example, research shows that it’s effective at helping smokers eliminate their cravings.

In another case, Dr. Joel Lubar from the University of Tennessee stated that his ADD patients maintained their results for 10-20 years.

Why do Kevin and Jenni care about neurofeedback therapy?

Kevin and Jenni Uzri became counselors because they received effective treatment when they were in pain. Through a mentor, they were introduced to neurofeedback and witnessed its effectiveness on patients first hand. Since then, they’ve used neurofeedback therapy to help a wide variety of patients. They take pride in seeing patients leave their clinic less stressed than when they walked in.

Can neurofeedback change my I.Q.?

No. Neurofeedback improves your thought patterns but can’t change your intelligence quotient (IQ).

Have More Questions about Neurofeedback? Contact Us Today!

Research confirms that neurofeedback is effective at treating a wide variety of symptoms. If you want to experience neurofeedback therapy and see how it can reduce your stress and make your symptoms a thing of the past, don’t hesitate – Contact the Colorado Neurofeedback Center in Colorado today!