How Neurotherapy Alleviates Pain & Headaches?

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The Truth About Pain & Headaches

Chronic pain, including migraines, can have a widespread impact on overall brain function, but also present with co-morbidities that often develop in association with pain e.g. anxiety, depression and sleep disturbances.

Migraine and chronic pain sufferers may require long-term medication, often with undesirable side-effects. The search for better pain management options has made considerable progress in the last few decades, with patients and clinicians alike turning to neurofeedback therapy as a promising option.

How is Pain & Headaches Usually Treated?

  • Stress Management
  • Biofeedback
  • Medication

Can Neurofeedback Help?

Neurofeedback training has been found to be effective in decreasing the intensity and frequency of headaches and migraines, particularly in children and adolescents. Training with neurofeedback can also provide long-term relief for people suffering from migraines, with this lasting alleviation as the main goal.

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