(CNN) – There’s a new technique that could treat ADHD and anxiety, and it’s non-invasive and doesn’t use drugs. Brain training, or neurofeedback, has been around for a long time. Now, new technology and research on its effectiveness have created new interest in the field.
Linda Ciampa tells us how some patients with severe anxiety or ADHD are using neurofeedback instead of medications to change their brainwaves and help their conditions. Source: CNN
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