If someone you know is looking for Neurofeedback Therapy in Woodland Hills, CA, Iris Healing can help.
According to a study published in the Journal of Neurochemistry, our brains have the amazing ability to continually adapt to changes in the environment. With this in mind, neurotherapy attempts to stimulate the brain to act more desirably by using “operant conditioning.”
According to some researchers, addiction leads to the disruption of brain circuits involved in reward and control. Over time, other areas of the brain such as those involved in anxiety are ‘recruited’—creating a hijacked brain.
According to a landmark study published in The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, a team of researchers from UCLA found that the number of patients who prematurely leave a treatment program was reduced by 60% when they received neurofeedback therapy.
In a study appearing in the Journal of Medical Psychotherapy, the researchers monitored the outcome of alpha-theta brainwave neurofeedback treatment on Vietnam veterans diagnosed with combat-related PTSD.
Similarly, a pilot study in the PloS One peer-reviewed journal concluded that “neurofeedback aimed at a reduction of frontal asymmetry of alpha-activity may be effective as a treatment for depression.”
The scientific evidence on the applicability of neurofeedback is also promising for several other mental health problems including:
To find out more about neurofeedback therapy in Woodland Hills, CA, and how it can help you achieve healthier brain function or overcome your mental health and addiction issues, call Iris Healing toll free at (844)663-4747.