Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder

We understand that bipolar is not just another term for mood swings!

Bipolar Disorder is defined as a metal disorder with alternating periods of depression and elation.

In some instances, people have been able to get off medication with the help of neurofeedback. Neurofeedback can create new patterns inside the brain that stabilize the wild mood swings and help a person to feel more calm and relaxed naturally. Bipolar disorder creates a turbulent internal mode in which a person can feel extremely upset or extremely pleased. Usually the main issue is that person has difficulty feeling contentment on a consistent basis. Because it is always way up or way down.

Neurofeedback balances the brain waves people with this disorder that they may have a tempered emotional state of well-being rather than extreme rage or elation. Overall cognitive function improvements and more empowered over decisions, people are capable of acting more appropriately and less inclined to have explosive outbursts that bipolar disorder is associated with.

Performance Enhancement

Neurofeedback not only helps with intellectual performance; but also, it is also very helpful for sports performance enhancement


Neurofeedback is very effective for alleviating migraines. Migraines can debilitate individuals by causing extreme head pain, poor concentration.

In addition, neurofeedback will empower a person to control their emotions instead of their emotions controlling them and also help the person to calm themselves into a relaxed state naturally. It is highly recommended as an alternative to medication for bipolar disorder especially because people with bipolar disorder tend to have great difficulties maintaining their medication. As a result benefits of neurofeedback for people with bipolar disorder include: improved self-regulation, social relationships, and overall cognitive stability.


Schizophrenia or ‘split mind’ condition has been one of the most challenging psychiatric disorders to treat. Medication and cognitive behavioral.


Attention and hyperactivity disorders effects people of all ages. Adults can be more difficult to pinpoint, for instance it is easy for adults.

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