Yes. Numerous studies have recorded the positive effects of Neurofeedback, mostly to treat symptoms of ADHD, but also in other areas such as Insomnia, cognitive performance, sports performance, anxiety among other trials. Neurofeedback as a therapy for ADHD has been systematically reviewed and tested for more than three decades and most recently breakthrough data has demonstrated its positive effects in large-scale multi-center, placebo controlled trials, which means that the studies have adhered to rigorous scientific testing (e.g. Strehl et al. 2017, Van Doren et al. 2018).
The multi-centre, placebo controled trial by Dr. Ute Strehl and her team in Germany, in 2017, found that the majority of subjects who underwent Neurofeedback responded in a meaningful way, compared to the control group. Furthermore, these positive results were recorded in 25 sessions, which is relatively low number of sessions, when compared to clinical practice.
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