what is neurofeedback?
Neurofeedback is a therapeutic technique that involves real-time monitoring of brain activity in order to help individuals learn how to self-regulate their brain function. It is often used as a non-invasive treatment for various neurological and psychological conditions.
Here’s how neurofeedback typically works: Brain Activity Monitoring, During a neurofeedback session, electrodes are placed on the scalp to measure electrical activity in the brain, This data is then processed and displayed on a computer screen and The Feedback: real-time brain activity is presented to the individual in the form of visual and auditory using a reward System: when the individual successfully modifies their brainwave activity in the desired direction, they receive positive feedback, such as a sound or visual reward. This reinforcement helps them learn how to self-regulate their brain function.