Bipolar Depression and Neurofeedback

From:  Biofeedback for the Brain by Paul G. Swingle, Ph.D. “FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION      Q:  I have bipolar depression.  Can neurotherapy help?      A:  Typically with bipolar clients, I find problems in the frontal lobes and usually a slow-frequency deficiency in the back of the brain.  With multiple problematical areas to be corrected,.. read more →

Oppositional Defiance Disorder and Neurofeedback

From:  Biofeedback for the Brain by Paul G. Swingle, Ph.D.      “When alpha waves are stronger on the right relative to the left frontal cortex, confrontational and defiant behavior often results.  When the difference is greater than 20%, the child (or adult) usually has difficulties with inappropriate aggression, defiance, and negativity. . . … read more →

Chronic Pain Or Fatigue? Your Brain Could Be The Cause

Chronic pain is defined as any pain lasting more than 12 weeks. Chronic fatigue is a feeling of exhaustion or tiredness that does not go away with sleep.  It is estimated that 20% of the US population suffers from one of these conditions. Interestingly enough, recent research has shown that the BRAIN may play an.. read more →

Reactive Depression and Neurofeedback

From Biofeedback for the Brain by Paul G. Swingle, Ph.D.      “FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: Q:  I never had a problem with depression, but recently I lost my job, and I cannot seem to get over feeling hopeless and very sad.  My doctor suggested antidepressant medication.  Do you agree? A:  The distinction between neurologically based.. read more →

“ADD” and Sleep Problems

From Biofeedback for the Brain by Paul G. Swingle, Ph.D.      FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION      Q:  I have ADD and a sleep problem.  Are they related?      A:  Of the many forms of ADD and sleep disorders, some share common neurological anomalies.  I frequently have clients whom we treat for ADD comment.. read more →

Overcoming Addiction With Neurofeedback

Consider this: The entire body is regulated by the brain, which is basically a complex system of information-laden circuits called neurons. Introducing drugs and alcohol into the brain can confuse this circuitry, which is why these narcotics can cause people to act reckless and irresponsible. Now imagine what can happen to the brain after long.. read more →

“ADD”- Talkative, Interrupts

From Biofeedback for the Brain by Paul G. Swingle, Ph.D.      “The brains theta/alpha ratio should average about 1:3. A ratio less than 1.0 signals a form of “ADD” that is usually associated with talkativeness, verbally interruptive behavior, and intellectual flightiness.  Individuals with this form of ADD are incessant talkers who constantly interrupt others.” .. read more →

Migraines And Neurofeedback

A migraine is much more than a headache. It is a debilitating neurological condition that can cripple even the strongest person and leave them unable to function. Migraines do not always respond to aspirin or normal headache remedies and can include sensitivity to light and sound. An estimated 13% of adults in the U.S. experience.. read more →

“IQ” Can Be Increased With Neurofeedback

From:  Biofeedback for the Brain by Paul G. Swingle, Ph.D.FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:        Q:  I have heard that many professional athletes have been treated by neurotherapists.  Can neurotherapy improve the performance of activities other than sports?      A:  “Very decidedly so.  At the very least, neurotherapy (neurofeedback) will increase your IQ.”     Dr… read more →

Lyme Disease And Neurofeedback

Lyme Disease is an infectious disease caused by a tick bite lasting more than 48 hours. It is estimated that 300,000 people become infected with Lyme Disease every year. Many people don’t know they are infected. But if it goes untreated, the infection can spread to the joints, the heart and the nervous system. Patients.. read more →