I think, therefore I heal: the weird science of neurofeedback

I think, therefore I heal: the weird science of neurofeedback

Imagine if treating a mental illness was as simple as playing a video game — except your mind is the controller. That idea isn’t only real, it’s a therapy gaining traction in the medical community and among patients, who swear by its healing effects. Called neurofeedback, the procedure purports to treat a variety of illnesses — from alcoholism to post-traumatic stress disorder — for which mainstream medicine still hasn’t found adequate long-term solutions.

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I think, therefore I heal: the weird science of neurofeedback

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