Neurofeedback and Marijuana

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Whatever its status in the realm of law, the term medical marijuana is increasingly familiar. The use of marijuana is apparently widespread in the relief of symptoms caused by chemotherapy, seizure disorders, multiple sclerosis and other conditions and treatments.

With the improved self-regulation brought about by brain training, many individuals who had formerly relied on medical marijuana find that they no longer need or want to use it. While quitting the drug was not a primary goal of neurofeedback training, it turns out to be a surprising and positive result.

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