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Re: Can anything go wrong with trying Neurofeedback? Markwell

Posted by Hugh on September 14, 2017, at 10:33:33

In reply to Re: Can anything go wrong with trying Neurofeedback?, posted by Markwell on September 13, 2017, at 12:35:33

When I started doing neurofeedback, I'd been ruminating about a former girlfriend many times a day for over a year. After about ten sessions of neurofeedback, I was surprised to realize that I was rarely thinking about my former girlfriend anymore.

Neurofeedback helped to lessen my anxiety. For years, whenever I went to a restaurant or bar, I would tear up my paper napkin into little bits. I hated this habit, and tried many times to stop it, but I couldn't. I haven't done this since neurofeedback.

I used to feel extremely self-conscious whenever I was in a public place -- the mall, the grocery store, Walmart, walking down a busy street. Neurofeedback wiped this out.

Since you've only been taking lithium and Lamictal for a short time, and you're still adjusting your dosages, and since you think that Lamictal might be making your racing thoughts worse, I'd suggest waiting until you've figured out your ideal dosages and you're feeling more stable before you try neurofeedback.




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