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What happens in a Neurofeedback session? About NF
one year ago | jennifer

What happens in a Neurofeedback session?

Neurofeedback is a relaxed, comfortable training session in which the brain will do what it does all the time. It receives billions of stimuli from the senses, correlates this information to what the brain and body are doing, and communicates this information to other areas of the brain. During the session, this information is captured and via specialized computer software, brain activity is translated into audio and / or visual feedback with is relayed back to you. Training is entirely benign, the electrodes are exclusively one-way - in that they relay brainwaves to the computer, but they can’t send any information (or electricity) back to the brain.