Neurofeedback or Neurotherapy
What is Neurofeedback?
Neurofeedback or neurotherapy is a passive and painless technique of brain training, which aims to teach the brain to self-regulate or modify a brain activity, so that it works better.
How is the treatment with Neurofeedback?
It is based on the recording of brain activity, through the positioning of electrodes in the head of the person. This record is analyzed through software, which presents the person with an image in the form of a video game or movie that works as a reward or inhibition for the brain and that through repetition or naural exercise, trains the brain to regulate the activity of your brain waves.
How long does the treatment with Neurofeedback last?
The number of Neurofeedback sessions may vary depending on the reasons for which the treatment is started. It includes approximately 30 to 40 sessions, depending on the therapeutic objectives of each person. These sessions are scheduled at least twice a week. The effects of neurofeedback are lasting, however, certain situations may require additional sessions once the treatment is finished, in order to maintain the results obtained.