As our understanding of human brain anatomy continues to grow, one thing will always remain the same: the importance of human emotions. Feelings have an undeniable significance when it comes to regulating one’s well-being. In an effort to relieve a patient from neurological disorders, many therapy protocols include medication and this itself may worsen symptoms. Each treatment can be beneficial, but may not ultimately bring total relief. Oftentimes, therapist-guided regimens may struggle to solve the underlying pathology of certain mental conditions. Neurofeedback works to retain brainwaves, altering the structure and function of the brain. Many people choose to partake in neurofeedback to alleviate symptoms without the use of medication. Though neurofeedback alone can improve quality of life, it is also important to acknowledge underlying emotions that may reveal themselves throughout the process. Encouraging patients to seek talk therapy along with neurofeedback may help them cope with the drastic positive changes that occur. This multi-dimensional approach to treatment can lead to higher treatment success, allowing a well-rounded elimination of symptoms and improving quality of life. Interested in learning more? Schedule your FREE Evaluation Today!