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Re: Can anything go wrong with trying Neurofeedback?

Posted by Hugh on September 13, 2017, at 12:01:42

In reply to Can anything go wrong with trying Neurofeedback?, posted by Lamdage22 on September 13, 2017, at 7:36:55

I did 40 neurofeedback sessions with a clinician. Most of the sessions involved increasing beta brainwaves (15-18 hertz) on the left side of my brain, and reducing high beta (20 hertz and above) on the right side of my brain. I also had too much slow brainwave activity on both sides of my brain, and these brainwaves were inhibited during my sessions. After a few early sessions, I felt agitated for a day or two. I would tell this to my clinician, and he would make adjustments in my protocol. I didn't suffer any more agitation after he finished making these adjustments.




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