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Overview

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental illness characterised by obsessive thoughts and/or compulsive behaviour. Irrational anxiety and fears trigger routine compulsive behaviour or obsessive thoughts as the underlying cause. This behaviour provides temporary stress relief for the person suffering from OCD. A person with OCD frequently believes that their obsessive thoughts or compulsive behaviour can prevent negative events from occurring. Positive feedback will be given to promote these brain waves when the brain is functioning optimally. However, if the brain is not functioning optimally, you will receive "negative" feedback. Neurofeedback sessions last about a half hour to an hour and a half. They are carried out in the offices of trained professionals who understand how to operate the machinery and interpret the results. Neurofeedback therapy can help you quiet the mental conversations of OCD and return to a normal life. Cadabams has the best mental health professionals and infrastructure to support and assist your recovery using neurofeedback for OCD.
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Is Neurofeedback effective for OCD?

Neurofeedback therapy is said to benefit people with OCD. Neurofeedback therapy significantly improves symptoms of OCD, according to research and clinical findings. Neurofeedback therapy is a non-invasive, drug-free, safe, and healthy treatment option.

Can neurofeedback aid in the treatment of intrusive thoughts?

Neurofeedback can be used to train the areas of the brain associated with control and emotional reactivity. Neurofeedback reduces these overly active brain waves needed to aid retrain the brain and calm the nervous system’s over-reactivity, thereby reducing obsessions and compulsions.