Neurofeedback for anxiety, while not new, is now being used to help retrain the brain and help manage the nervousness and stress related to anxiety disorders. Neurofeedback can be used to retrain stress responses and physiological responses to anxiety.
At Total RMH we offer the best and newest treatments to our clients. With medical professionals, specifically trained to read brain-mapping output and develop positive protocols for retraining, we believe in a positive future for our clients. In addition to neurofeedback, we offer brain optimization, withdrawal management, and anti-ageing treatments to ensure our clients are feeling their best.
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What Is Neurofeedback?
Neurofeedback is “a kind of biofeedback, which teaches self-control of brain functions to subjects by measuring brain waves and providing a feedback signal. Neurofeedback usually provides the audio and or video feedback.”
For neurofeedback to work properly, you will have a diagnostic test that measures brainwave activity. This test can determine which areas are experiencing dysfunctional patterns and be used to determine the correct protocols to implement to retrain the brain towards more positive responses.
Neurofeedback can be applied in a number of different ways. It can be used to determine stress responses and physiological responses. It can also be useful in coaching, occupational and physical therapy, and sports and performance enhancement. Specifically, neurofeedback can be used to help treat Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, General Anxiety Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Is There Neurofeedback for Anxiety?
Neurofeedback can be utilized to help treat Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). GAD is described as excessive and exaggerated anxiety about everyday life events. Brain mapping can be utilized to determine negative associations and stress responses then turned into positive Neurofeedback protocols to retrain the brain.
Studies have shown that neurofeedback is more helpful than no treatment which is what 60% of individuals do every year. “The randomized control trial by Dadashi et al. compared neurofeedback with waitlisted individuals for management of adult patients with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). It showed that treatment with neurofeedback resulted in a statistically significant increase in the global functioning level and reductions in symptoms of GAD, but such changes were not observed in the waitlisted group.” Additionally, studies have shown that individuals experiencing GAD do definitively experience a reduction in anxiety disorder related symptoms after neurofeedback.
Some studies have also compared it with the validity of possibly addictive anti-anxiety medications. Because neurofeedback is completely natural retraining of the brain, there is no additional risk for addiction or physical dependence on a medication. By utilizing this therapeutic option, clients’ processing can be refocused to manage the stress in different ways.
How Can Total RMH Help You Today?
At Total RMH our neurofeedback for anxiety is designed with your specific parameters in mind. Different from the first interaction, Total RMH has your regenerative health in mind.
Our Neurofeedback treatment involves extensive brain mapping to help determine the best protocols for you. Following this, the protocols are laid over a television show of your choosing and used to retrain the brain. There are no side-effects to this relaxing therapy, and it is non-invasive and quick to implement. Clients at our facility can do a session in as little as 15 minutes.
At Total RMH, your wellness is our goal. With multiple brain-optimizing treatments available, we help our clients feel like younger, happier, healthier versions of themselves. Nutrient rich IV vitamin treatments, NAD+ treatments, counseling, and withdrawal management are just some of the rehabilitative improvement methods we use to ensure our clients well-being.