How Neurofeedback is Used in Substance Abuse Rehab

Neurofeedback trains people to alter their brainwave patterns. This therapy developed from biofeedback, which trains people to control normally autonomic body functions. Biofeedback has taught people to slow their heart rates and lower blood pressure. Neurofeedback takes a similar approach, changing abnormal brainwave activity associated with addiction. Brainwaves and Substance Abuse To understand neurofeedback, you…