Neurofeedback Workshops & Equipment
Healtheir Talk.com:Stop Migraines - Neurofeedback Technique Aids Headaches
By Dr. Karen Shue on 12/16/2008
Sydney got migraines. Serious migraines. Every day. Sometimes she would get a migraine shortly after getting up and it would last until she went to bed that night. You may know what that's like. The one-sided throbbing or high-pressure pain that saps all your energy, makes it difficult or even impossible to keep going with daily activities, and lasts for hours or even days. The real Sydney (she's not really named Sydney - I'm protecting her privacy) worked with me using a neurofeedback technique called passive infrared hemoencephalography or pirHEG, for short.
70% of Migraine Patients Respond in Non-drug Treatment Study
Migraines Dramatically Reduced Via Non-Drug Therapy Called Neurofeedback
WASHINGTON, DC—April 24th, 2008; Twenty nine years ago in upstate New York, a young Grace Slick sang out Migraineous inspired lyrics "One pill makes you larger, And one pill makes you small, And the ones that mother gives you, don't do anything at all." Ahh yes, a little music festival called Woodstock, and if you are a Babyboomer who might have been there when that storm front came through, it would have given you a massive Migraine!
Neurofeedback can help some kids with ADHD
Wed Aug 22, 2007 2:54pm EDT
By Anne Harding
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Training the brains of children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) using a technique called neurofeedback can improve their behavior and reduce hyperactivity and impulsivity, according to a team of Swiss and German researchers.
But the strategy doesn't work for every child and shouldn't be thought of as a replacement for drug treatment, Dr. Renate Drechsler of the University of Zurich, the study's lead author, told Reuters Health.
New NIMH Research to Test Innovative Treatments for Children with ADHD
Two new grants funded by NIMH will focus on novel and innovative approaches to treating children who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).