Biofeedback / Neurofeedback

Scientists are not able to explain exactly how or why biofeedback works, there does seem to be at least one common thread: most benefit from biofeedback have conditions that are bought on or made worse by stress for this reason, many scientists believe that relaxation is the key to successful biofeedback therapy.

What happens during a biofeedback session?
In a normal biofeedback session, electrodes are attached to the skin. These electrodes then feed information to a small monitoring box that translates the physiologic response into a tone that lines moving in a pitch, a visual meter that varies in brightness, or a computer screen that displays mental exercises. Through tries and error monitored by our resident Dr. Kamaljit Singh, our patients can learn to identify and control the mental activity that will bring about the desired physical changes.

How many sessions will I need?
Each session usually lasts less than one hour. The number of sessions required depends on the condition being treated. Many patients begin to see results within 8 to 10 sessions. Treatment of headaches, incontinence, and Raynaud's disease (A condition that causes diminished blood flow to the fingers, toes, nose or ears) reqires at least 10 weekly sessions and then less frequesnt sessions as health improve. Conditions like high blood pressure, however, usually requires 20 weekly biofeedback sessions, you will also be taught mental before exercises and relaxation techniques that can be done at home and must be practiced at least 5 to 10 minutes everyday.



Neurofeedback is specically used for the management of stress, depression, insomnia, concentration problem in children and adult, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) in children and adult, OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) in children and adult, headaches and many more ailments.

Neurofeedback is used to enhance a particular frequency based on EEG (Electroencephalograph) waves. The EEG measures brain waves of different frequencies within the brain. Electrodes are placed on specific sites on the scalp to detect and record the electrical impulses within the brain.

Neurofeedback is beneficial for:

·       Persons with Psychiatric and Psychological problems tired of taking medicines

·       Students, Executives, CEOs, Call Centre Employees, and people that undergo lots of stress

·       Anybody and Everybody who wants to remain Healthy without medicines

The effect of enhancing different frequency band activity via training through Neurofeedback provide the following benefits:

·       Deeply relaxed states

·       Improve concentration

·       Improved quality of sleep

·       Relaxed, focused and improved attentive abilities

·       Enhanced mental ability, focus, alertness, IQ etc