Biofeedback means getting immediate ongoing information about one's own biological processes or conditions, such as heart behavior, temperature, brain-wave activity, blood pressure, or muscle tension. Information is usually fed back by a meter, by a light or sound, or subjects simply watch the physiological record as it emerges from the monitoring equipment. Biofeedback training means using the information to change and control voluntarily the specific process or response being monitored."
Elmer Green Phd, Beyond Biofeedback

"Occasionally I had heard half-joking remarks about researchers in biofeedback sounding like snake-oil salesmen. It didn't bother me until one of our own doctors cautioned against the concept of biofeedback as a panacea. Then I gave it serious thought. Why did biofeedback prove helpful in the treatment of so many and varied disorders? Suddenly I realized that it isn't biofeedback that is the 'panacea'--it is the power within the human being to self-regulate, self-heal, re-balance. Biofeedback does nothing to the person; it is a tool for releasing that potential."
Alyce Green, Beyond Biofeedback
What happens during brain training?
Neurofeedback equipment uses sensors to pick up information that your brain naturally produces and sends this information into a computer.

Software is used that allows us to tell it what changes you want to make, then  sets targets and provides you with feedback in the form of sound. This sound stops and starts according to your brains activity. Through this feedback your brain learns how to make the necessary changes for your specific needs.

There are no tricks or techniques, your brain makes the changes itself, when you pay attention to the feedback your brain will learn to move in the right direction.

Brainwaves as seen on Bioexplorer software

                                                                                  What Can you Change?

                        Different types of neurofeedback training in different areas of the brain can help you with:

                                *   Attention, focus, learning, memory, creativity and intuition
                                *   Gain greater control of your behaviour, emotions, and racing thoughts
                                *   Brighten and stabilise mood and deal with past traumatic experience
                                *   Improve sleep, appetite, weight management and other physical functions
                                *   Overcome chronic pain and fatigue conditions
                                *   Rehabilitate head injuries, seizure activity, migraines and irritable bowel
                                *   Improve your ability to stay in “the zone” and perform at your peak

      Neurohealing allows you to use neurofeedback on its on or it can be combined with guided imagery to assist in
      deep state changes and healing.
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