The NIH is funding a study of neurofeedback-based brain training for ADHD. Researchers at The Ohio State University and University of North Carolina Asheville will investigate the effects of neurofeedback on ADHD symptoms in a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial with 140 participants – the first “gold standard” study of its kind:
“This is the first large study to test for a specific benefit of neurofeedback (NF) treatment, a method of training the brain to function more efficiently. It’s also the first large study that will follow the patients for up to two years to examine enduring effect of NF treatment.”
Previous research has shown neurofeedback to significantly reduce symptoms of ADHD, and we’re excited to see more controlled studies in the works.
If you’d like to learn more about how NEURO+ is combining these same neurofeedback protocols with biofeedback and cognitive training exercises for ADHD, please visit us at http://www.neuropl.us or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.