Study Shows New Evidence of the Effectiveness of Neurofeedback reports that University of London researchers have found the “First Direct Evidence of Neuroplastic Changes Following Brainwave Training”.  This is a major step forward in recognizing the signficant benefits that can be achieved through neurofeedback therapy.  The researchers found that “[r]emarkably, these after-effects are comparable in magnitude to those observed following interventions with artificial forms of brain stimulation involving magnetic or electrical pulses.” 

The article continues with an exciting recommendation that could seriously impact the future of neurofeedback – the new evidence “calls for a serious re-examination and stronger backing of research on neurofeedback, a technique which may be promising tool to modulate cerebral plasticity in a safe, painless, and natural way.”

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