I read a story about a family who had their child go through neurofeedback therapy to help with her ADD/ADHD. "Neurofeedback was initially developed by NASA in the 60s to improve a pilot’s attention and ability to focus on tasks. Neurofeedback works through a combination of visual and audio stimulation that is specific for each patient."
What happens is you go into the specialist and they put sensors on your head and a couple on your ears. This reads your brain activity and modifies it to help you focus on one task at a time. After 10 sessions of this, the girl in the news story seemed to be able to focus and not need her medication.
Any thoughts on this? Has anyone tried it?
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