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Neurofeedback for migraines

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Published on Mar 14, 2007

Do you suffer from migraines?
Studies have shown that it's extremely effective.
Some doctors say 85 to 90 percent of the patients with chronic headaches respond positively to neurofeedback.
Neurofeedback involves mapping the brain to read its electrical frequencies allowing experts to see which places in the brain are working too hard or not hard enough.
Neurofeedback is also used to treat ADHD and depression.
Some professional athletes even use it to help them focus and perform better during games.

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