What Is Neurofeedback ? – EEG INFO Videos

Video on EEG Neurofeedback featuring Sue and Siegfried Othmer. Learn how self-regulation training allows the system (the central nervous system) to function better. Applications: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Migraines, Chronic Pain, Peak Performance, Insomnia, Focus, Children & Adults. To find a neurofeedback provider in your area and for more information: EEG INFO & the EEG Institute www.eeginfo.com ph 818-456-5965 info@eeginfo.com

25 Comments


  1. Nov 7, 2009
    2:03 pm

    atraherne

    Fairplay, I have hashimotos which is a common cause of hypothyroid, I did have hypothyroid but got my levels really nice near optimum by using a combination of supplements and taking a vaccine for my immune system. I’m maintaining well like this so hope never to need thyroxine.

    Glad your doing well buddy, thanks for the tips. Yeah HBOT definately sounds interesting.


  2. Mar 4, 2010
    9:47 pm

    easyEEG

    Hi everyone. I present my current work, still under development. It is an open research project about an EEG device, to provide neurofeedback capabilities. It turns around isolated electrodes to avoid the paste/skin preparation needed in most current devices. The main goal is to develop a cheap personal EEG device, because most of them are really expensive, and so, not affordable for most people.

    To know more about it, please visit easyeeg,com.


  3. Mar 12, 2010
    5:33 am

    IcyScythe

    does this work for social anxiety disorder? There are quite a few negative reviews at revolution health (a lot of positive ones too). But I’m worried because I’ve done 13 half hour sessions and notice no difference.


  4. Apr 3, 2010
    4:16 pm

    othmerk

    @IcyScythe look at the new work in the infra-low range using the Cygnet system. This is showing much stronger results especially with anxiety. I agree that anxiety was very difficult to help with the older systems and methods.


  5. Apr 4, 2010
    12:11 am

    IcyScythe

    @othmerk do you mean lower frequencies (sorry I don’t really understand the science behind all this very well!)? My neurofeedback therapist/practitioner told me she got some “new software” a week ago that has lower frequencies and should help me more.


  6. Apr 4, 2010
    12:27 am

    othmerk

    @IcyScythe yes, it sounds like you are taking advantage of the latest innovations. Nothing is 100%, but especially for anxiety, results are much stronger with the lower frequencies. Stay in touch, let us know how it goes.


  7. May 16, 2010
    6:50 pm

    linusof90

    total hocus pocus. As a neurophysiologist, I am astonished that this kind of quackery exists.


  8. May 18, 2010
    11:02 am

    IcyScythe

    @othmerk hey, well it’s been a while now and it hasn’t helped at all. My therapist/practioner says she thinks it might have stopped working because I spend a lot of time on the computer… does that make any sense at all? I spend most of my time watching stand up comedy on my computer/TV (as sad as that sounds, it keeps my mind distracted from my mental state)… could that really stop neurofeedback from working?

    I hesitate to go back because I don’t want to get my hopes crushed yet AGAIN!


  9. May 18, 2010
    5:04 pm

    othmerk

    @IcyScythe no harm in a second opinion. There are a lot of good clinicians out there.


  10. Jun 27, 2010
    3:35 am

    samjohnsonalc

    I am a user and provider of Nuerofeedback. I absolutely love it, it has helped with my anxiety and extended performance levels in golf.


  11. Aug 16, 2010
    5:29 pm

    tracy3436

    @linusof90
    Neurofeedback has changed my Life in such a positive way. I operate at new heights of awareness, comprehension and coherancy –great focus, anxiety GONE all my interactions and experiences are at heigtened levels. it’s very real its equally powerful and everyone can benefit on some level my guess is even you mr Linusof90 – its masterful and much more powerful than hocus pocus believe me.


  12. Aug 16, 2010
    5:31 pm

    tracy3436

    @linusof90

    Neurofeedback has changed my Life in such a positive way. I operate at new heights of awareness, comprehension and coherancy –great focus, anxiety GONE all my interactions and experiences are at heigtened levels. it’s very real its equally powerful and everyone can benefit on some level my guess is even you mr Linusof90 – its masterful and much more powerful than hocus pocus believe me.


  13. Oct 15, 2010
    5:58 am

    ElliotPinkney

    hey this stuff reminds me of the stuff im going over with a friend of mine, Doc Barham, a Los Angeles life coach also known as Coach Hollywood. This stuff is Magic!


  14. Dec 28, 2010
    1:06 am

    stinkfist2010

    I have tried Neurofeedback, Though I was only able to have (3) 60 minute sessions I could feel that it had a positive effect on my brain. I think the program was “BrainPaint”.


  15. Feb 13, 2011
    8:35 pm

    dizieia

    Does anyone know about how much this cost?


  16. May 1, 2011
    9:46 pm

    K0lsyr4

    @IcyScythe social anxiety? Does this means that you uncomfortable when you talk to people and in social situations? So if your brain gets feedback on how you doing in the moment and uses output to get better results. You should stop wasting time in front of the computer and go out meet people. After a while the brain will learn the right way.. I am not a psycologist but everybody has a social fear, its normal. Its like jumping in a water. After a while you get used to it.


  17. May 2, 2011
    1:43 am

    IcyScythe

    @K0lsyr4 ya thats it but I’ve since learned it’s doesn’t have any sort of physical or “traditional” psychological cause.

    I spent a year in California going out with a friend to San Francisco clubs flirting it up with the hottest girls in Northern California (I’m 22, this was about a year and half ago) 3-4 nights a week. I’ve already tried the jump in water thing haha. I had plenty of successes, and plenty of bloweouts, but it didn’t help at all. Doesnt matter though I’ve found the cure.


  18. May 2, 2011
    3:35 am

    K0lsyr4

    @IcyScythe Thats sounds awesome.. I’m happy that you have found the cure. And if jumping into water didn’t help, im curious about what did ?


  19. Jun 2, 2011
    2:28 am

    TheBony79

    I do not realy understand what this is, but I realy dont belive it


  20. Jun 2, 2011
    2:39 am

    TheBony79

    Wtf Coach Hollywood??? lol


  21. Jun 2, 2011
    4:07 am

    othmerk

    @TheBony79 – Skepticism is great. It’s important. We were very skeptical when we first tried this for my brother and his epilepsy. But it worked back then, and today the science and university backed studies are now irrefutable with literally thousands of subjects getting benefit from this type of work across numerous university backed studies worldwide.


  22. Jun 2, 2011
    4:10 am

    othmerk

    @dizieia prices vary – look for a trained professional – you can find clinicians in your area on the eegdirectory


  23. Jun 3, 2011
    3:09 am

    ThebirdmanTrainer

    I need a Neurofeedback App for my IPhone just plug electrodes into my headphone jack.


  24. Jul 9, 2011
    4:48 am

    jettmanas

    I’ve had post-concussion headache from a mild TBI almost 1 year ago. And tooth nerve pain & a host of other injuries that don’t heal well from a messed-up brain.

    I’ve tried crappy meds like Naproxen, accupuncture, and chiro so far.

    I’m on the fence here after reading the comments.

    Don’t want to break the bank on sanke oil.

    I want to heal. Badly.

    Thanks for posting this vid!


  25. Aug 12, 2011
    12:44 am

    ALJR223

    @K0lsyr4 You really don’t understand much beyond how your own brain works. For a person like myself, I could jump in and meet people over and over again. I’ve done it. It doesn’t change how my brain works. It doesn’t change my interest level, or energy level. And some kinds of social anxiety are stemmed from the fact that the person knows how they are, and what they bring to the table, so why bother? This is where things like counseling, antidepressants and neurofeedback come into play.

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