Neurofeedback appears to be particularly effective in treating diseases or diseases that affect stress. In short, neurofeedback helps to correct the emotions that usually occur during stress by restarting brainwaves to shape the rates that are consistent with calm, stressed state of mind and body.
How well is a neurofeedback for alcoholism? One recent study found that in a twenty-four month observation period after completion of treatment, 8 out of ten participants did not drink. Interestingly, all participants in the non-neurofeedback group were allowed to drink again in the same twenty-four month period.
What does neuropathy treat so well in the treatment of alcohol?
Ask someone why they started drinking again after stopping, and they will say "craving!" When asked to describe "desires" as to what it is, it is not too surprising to feel the emotions that are emotional stress. Indeed, stressful situations can often prevent shock, even for someone who has been sober for some time. Could it be as simple and no stress, no desire?
For those who have been so good to leave alcohol due to neurofeedback, it seems so. Ask them what they want most about drinking and they will tell you "It's relaxing!" Again, without stress, we find nothing but – you guess it – relaxation.
Until now, we have not mentioned drugs, but have only been talking about alcohol. However, alcohol is a drug and people addicted to drugs such as cocaine cycles that stop and recover for almost the same reasons as alcoholics do. You hear that one medicine is much more addictive than another, but in the end it means that feelings and desires are stronger. Which means that treatment with neuropathic drugs may be as effective in treating drugs as alcoholic infection.
Perhaps the most exciting factor in the treatment of neuropathy is the fact that the results are often subject to change in comparison to other treatment methods. Some scientists have even given an indication of the results as permanent. Not only that, but when used in conjunction with other types of treatment, neurofeedback has the potential to radically increase the overall effect of any treatment that results in very favorable outcomes.
Whenever we can help someone move from stressful situation to a calm and relaxing mindset and keep him or her from participating in addictive and destructive behaviors, we will significantly increase the chances of success. Fortunately, with neurofeedback, this is not only possible, but it is also predictable.
Many have already released drug and alcohol infection with the help of neurofeedback treatment. The brain can be trained to experience stress in a context that had been stressful before. Then, where you once felt desire, you will now find peace.