Neurofeedback as a Treatment for Depression
Depression is a profoundly complex and devastating disorder. While the word depressed is often used rather casually, clinical depression can lead to suicide and destroy families, jobs and relationships.
The condition may go undiagnosed until the individual’s actions can no longer be ignored. Where “shock treatment” (electroconvulsive shock therapy) was once the standard for depression, today anti-depressant medication is the primary treatment.
Neurofeedback has been shown to be effective both in reducing suicidal thoughts and in improving brain function leading to an overall
reduction in depression.
Without the drama or pain of shock therapy,
brain training teaches the individual to regulate brain activity that
has long been out of control.
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