ADHD — Can Neurofeedback Help?
Symptoms of ADHD
The main symptoms of ADHD include impulsiveness, difficulty paying attention, and restlessness. Individuals with ADHD can become easily distracted, restless, overwhelmed, or frustrated. ADHD can lead to outbursts of anger, poor concentration, difficulty completing tasks, and trouble engaging with others. Children with ADHD typically struggle in academic and social settings and are frequently misunderstood, often being wrongly viewed as undisciplined, lazy, uncooperative, or anti-social.
“Ryan is starting 3rd grade, and for the first time ever, he is not only excited, but he is prepared”
Neurofeedback is a Natural & Clinically-Proven Approach
Neurofeedback is a natural method that transforms the way the brain operates. Using this method, a person’s brain learns how to function effectively and efficiently. Supported by over 50 years of research, neurofeedback addresses the underlying factors that lead to ADHD, using data to help patients train their brains to enhance focus and improve impulse control.
Transforming ADHD at the Root
ADHD is not a disease; it is a term used to describe a combination of symptoms commonly found together. Neurofeedback capitalizes on the brain’s powerful ability to change itself in response to positive feedback. As the brain becomes well-regulated, the multiple symptoms of ADHD can fade away.