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People with eating disorders often also have other co-morbid conditions such as depression, anxiety, OCD, etc. Neurofeedback is an effective mode of treatment that helps target not only the eating disorder but also the other associated emotional issues. It helps by training the brain to function in a calmer way, improve appetite awareness, and to regulate the nervous system. It can help an individual with an eating disorder target the root issues in their brain thereby treating the underlying cause as well as the accompanying underlying conditions. Thus, it creates overall brain wellness.
By targeting specific cortical regions of the brain, neurofeedback can bring about behavioural changes in an individual with eating disorder. It can help reduce food cravings as well as improve well-being in someone who is obese or overweight who may be showing signs of food addiction. Neurofeedback also helps the individual reduce their stress and anxiety, which often drives their eating disorders.

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How effective is Neurofeedback for Eating Disorder?

Neurofeedback is effective in improving appetite awareness, enhancing emotional regulation, regulating the nervous system, reduce food cravings, and reduce emotional reactivity in individuals with eating disorders.

Is Neurofeedback safe for Eating Disorder?

Neurofeedback is a non-invasive technique of brain stimulation which is considered generally safe with no significant side effects. In case side effects occur, they are usually short lived and mild, resolving within 24-28 hours after the session.

How many numbers of sessions are required?

The number of neurofeedback sessions required depends on the individual’s unique condition and response to the treatment sessions.

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