Many recent studies show that Neurofeedback helps reduce anxiety in different ways, for many different types of people. What “types of people” you might be thinking?
Anxiety can manifest for people differently and on an ever increasing scale. For example, there is your run of the mill stress that I feel because I am running multiple businesses while raising 5 kids. Yikes. There is anxiety that feels even “hotter” if you will when we are under pressure to get something done quickly. Constant overachievement can do the same thing. Basically, your brain suffers because of the ongoing stress.
Villanova University has outlined a number of studies for different types of anxiety highlighting each’s effectiveness (https://concept.journals.villanova.edu/article/view/1831/1754) and in this really awesome article on Mental Health Daily
(http://mentalhealthdaily.com/2015/07/13/neurofeedback-for-anxiety-disorders-an-effective-treatment/) even more studies are highlighted.
In a nutshell. Neurofeedback was particularly helpful in people with anxiety to get back to feeling better and living a happier, more fulfilling life.