Neurofeedback training helps reduce symptoms of ADHD in children

02/17/2014 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The · NBC News

Although both school-based neurofeedback and cognitive training programs improved attention spans in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, only neurofeedback training led to less hyperactivity and impulsiveness, a study in the journal Pediatrics showed. Children who received cognitive therapy and those who did not receive any treatment required an increase in medication after six months, while the neurofeedback group did not.

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