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Rehabilitative rewiring: Treating Tourette syndrome with fMRI and neurofeedback

News & Reports

By Kathleen Waterston

According to Tourette Canada, Tourette syndrome, or “Tourette’s”, affects 1% of the population (1). This neurological disorder is characterized by “tics” that develop during childhood, which are random and involuntary movements or sounds. 1,163 more words

Issue 8

Neurofeedback Actually Has Made Life More Pleasant

I wasn’t expecting neurofeedback to make me happier. I know my system is exhausted and dysautonomia and other symptoms of chronic illness are huge contributors to incurable misery. 896 more words

Trebuchet Magazine - 8 page interview

I got my copy of Trebuchet Arts magazine just before 2020 began – ( here is a little preview of the 8 page interview from page 120 .. 49 more words
Science And Art

Controlling attention with brain waves - MIT Study

Having trouble paying attention? MIT neuroscientists may have a solution for you: Turn down your alpha brain waves. In a new study, the researchers found that people can enhance their attention by controlling their own alpha brain waves based on neurofeedback they receive as they perform a particular task. 1,040 more words

Brain

My First Experience with a Child Aspect

Yesterday

I was at work. It was a stressful day with lots of unplanned out of my control events. Adding to the stress was the knowledge that the company Christmas party was that evening. 801 more words

DID

Facebook

We felt very alone in our DID. A couple weeks ago it occurred to us to search for groups on Facebook that deal with dissociative disorders. 722 more words

DID

Concerned about insurance coverage and Neurofeedback?

Consider this…

  • What have you spent so far on your treatment?
  • What will you spend to meet your deductible?
  • Is this an ongoing cost that will be repeated annually?
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