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Study: Neurofeedback Effectively Treats ADHD

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April 9, 2020Neurofeedback treatments for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are well-established and effective, according to a new study from Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback1 that found medium to large effect sizes and remission rates between 32% and 47% with the natural therapy.Neurofeedback is a non-pharmalogical therapy that uses real-time EEG data to help patients train their brains to improve focus, impulse control, and executive function.

The use of neurofeedback to treat ADHD has been controversial. The American Psychological Association (APA) has established two constructs for establishing treatment guidelines:For this study, researchers employed a stricter version of these APA guidelines, focusing on efficacy

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