Neurofeedback and ADHD: Do the results add up?
There has been a lot of debate about whether or not neurofeedback is a reliable source of treatment for ADHD over the years. Outcomes range from positive to negative, or more analysis needed. A recent study that was published in ADDitude magazine shows results that neurofeedback can effect symptoms if done over the course of one year just as much as treating ADHD with traditional medication. Although this type of result in not immediate for the impatient, it is hopeful for those who do not want to rely on medication alone to manage their symptoms.