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What is Neurofeedback?

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a learning process that enables you to alter and control your brainwaves. Through training in self-regulation, it can help your brain improve performance and avoid harmful ways.

Neurofeedback is a painless and non-invasive procedure - it is biofeedback for the brain.

Neurofeedback is used to enhance overall brain function through targeted changes in arousal, attentional processes, mood and overall functional regulation.

Neurofeedback training allows the brain to explore its own neural pathways thoroughly, just as physical exercise allows the body to explore its own muscle synergies. This exploration reveals new equilibrium states that improve performance or open an escape route from earlier states that trapped a person in harmful and often unpleasant mental and/or physical conditions.

How does Neurofeedback work?

Through special software and electroencephalogram (EEG) devices in a relatively short period of time, most people can learn to modify their brain activity and to achieve targeted improvements in performance.

In a typical session, the client is simply asked to participate in a video game or listen to sounds/music and watch images. In some protocols, the client is simply asked to relax, while their brain activity is recorded. The recorded brain signals are processed and analyzed to provide an appropriate feedback. The feedback takes the form of changes in what the client sees, hears or feels with their hands and body.

The brain naturally detects any consistent changes in the environment, even changes that are below conscious level. The brain’s natural response to consistent changes in the environment is to modify its own function to better explore the changes it has just detected. Shaping this process gradually leads to new brainwave patterns. Once this new learning is consolidated, the new patterns stabilize and become permanent; continued neurofeedback becomes unnecessary. During neurofeedback, the brain is changing in much the same way as when a new skill is learnt, for example riding a bicycle or driving a car. Once the skill is acquired the instructor is not needed any more.

You can find out more about the neurofeedback sessions provided at AAI Scientific Cultural Services in Nicosia, here:

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