Neurofeedback for Depression
Depression is a severe mental health condition that can negatively impact every area of a person’s life. Neurofeedback, also known as EEG biofeedback, is a therapy that has shown promise in treating depression. Neurofeedback involves using sensors to measure brain activity and then providing real-time feedback to the patient. This feedback can help retrain the brain to function more normally.
There is still much research on neurofeedback for depression, but the available evidence suggests that it may be an effective treatment for some people. If you are struggling with depression, talk to your doctor about whether neurofeedback might be right for you.