In 1929, Hans Berger discovered that he could record the EEG. In 2013, scientists have discovered a link between the effects of stress and the expression of our genetic material. Information about the brain is becoming available at an amazing rate. We are standing ready to work with this information. The field of Neurofeedback owes it’s origins to research, but the future will be a combination of research and clinical application. Building a bridge that allows for a faster, better pathway for researchers and clinicians to work together will benefit the entire field. The field of Neurofeedback is evolving quickly and we have many exciting opportunities to contribute to the well being of the world’s population, we need to make the most of each and every contribution.
Cardiac issues seen in monitoring channels (PVC, PAT, couplets... and Q-T interval elongation and sudden death). EOG and frontal lobe function (frontal eye fields) EMG chronic levels (headaches, TMJ, peripheral tension in over-arousal) CNS over-arousal and Electrodermal/thermal (myo-epithelial cells and sweat glands).