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Overview

Patients can learn to regain control of their brain and body with neurofeedback therapy and regain optimal neural functioning. Addiction can be treated with neurofeedback. A brain map can be created by a neurofeedback specialist working with a recovering individual to find any areas of the brain where electrical activity is aberrant. The specialist can then devise a customised training programme to combat inactivity or overactivity. Addiction symptoms, including relapse, should improve as the physiological characteristics of addiction heal.
The neurofeedback technique assists clients in becoming more aware of how their brain operates and how they may manage it to get their desired results. It's critical to connect with professionals to establish a specific and tailored plan to ensure you receive the best neurofeedback therapy. Cadabams will put you in touch with a specialist who has worked with people who have had similar or more serious problems in the past.
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Is it possible to practice neurofeedback at home?

Neurofeedback can be done at home. You can feel, interact with, and self-manage your mental states via neurofeedback.

How often can you use neurofeedback in a day?

How often should training sessions take place? When beginning neurofeedback training, it’s best to keep sessions regular and frequent, with two or three (or more) per week. It is possible to undertake multiple sessions in a single day or to schedule sessions on two or three days in a row.