Neurofeedback helps a person with addiction improve their physiological symptoms due to addiction, which cause an improvement in the mental symptoms of addiction as well. It is also effective in boosting rates of sobriety in recovered addicts.
Neurofeedback is helpful in treating drug addiction in diminishing drug cravings, minimizing relapse episodes, improving emotional health, managing withdrawal symptoms, enhancing cognitive abilities, improving sleep, managing stress, tension, and negative thoughts, increasing focus and attention, controlling emotions and moods, decreasing impulsivity, improving overall life function, reducing self-destructive behaviours and enhancing self-regulation.
The number of sessions required is variable as it depends on the person’s severity of addiction and their response to the sessions.
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