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Neurofeedback Therapy

BESS Neurofeedback (NFB) guided neurotherapy assists an individual to acquire more control over their brain waves.

Research provides specificity reporting that NFB effectively changes brain activity patterns. It aids the improvement in attention, emotional regulation, behavior, mental functions and flexibility, and cognitive enhancement.

Axxonet provides an individualized treatment protocol depending upon the brain activity of a person,obtained by analyzing their EEG.

It includes the procedures pertaining to individual brain waves such as delta, theta, alpha, beta, along with coherence mechanisms.

Mechanisms of NFB targets the feedback loop and pathways of brain.  It involves specific parameters and sophisticated strategies which are developed as per the requirement of the concerned individual.

It involves reconditioning and retraining of the brain which works on the principle of neuro-plasticity.

It has an evidence-based clinical application in Children with ADD, ADHD, Learning Disability, Anxiety spectrum disorders, Pain disorders, Addiction, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Sleep Dysregulation, Migraines, Head injury, Stroke and Epilepsy.

It can also be employed for improving efficacy and facilitate performance in artists, athletes, dancers, musicians, firearms officer, corporate officials, specialists, authors, drivers, pilots, etc.

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