What is NFT?


What is NFT?

Neurofeedback-therapy is a method through which the brain is exercised. It strengthens the brain, calms it and improves stability. In short, it rewires the brain.

After birth the brain develops by being exposed to new stimuli. If the wiring is defective, new stimuli cause disorganisation of new information.

To rewire the brain, we make use of neurofeedback-therapy. This treatment stimulates metabolism and blood flow, strengthens dendritic connections as well as the functioning of neurotransmitters, which accounts for improvement in the patient’s ability to carry out cognitive tasks successfully.

Problems addressed by Neurofeedback-therapy
The following are common problems addressed by Neurofeedback-therapy:

Attention and cognitive disorders
Learning disabilities
Lack of motivation
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder/ADHD
Attention Deficit Disorder/ADD
Emotional/behavioural instabilities
Depression
Anxiety disorders
Rage
Substance abuse
Obsessive compulsive disorder
Conduct disorder
Oppositional and defiant behaviour
Post traumatic stress disorder
Eating disorders
Autism and Asperger’s syndrome
Encopresis and enuresis
Anorexia
Pain
Head aches
Migraine

Neurological disorders

Epileptic seizures
Traumatic brain injury
Tinnitis
Motor /vocal tics
Cerebral palsy
Spasticity
Immune, autonomic and endocrine disorders
PMS
Hypertension
Sugar craving
Menopausal dysfunctions
Asthma
Sleep disorders
Racing thoughts
Central sleep apnoea
Enuresis
Restless legs
Bruxism
Narcolepsy
Night terrors

How did NFT originate?

The conventional treatment of epilepsy includes intake of different kinds of anti convulsants. Sometimes a patient does not respond effectively to a specific anti convulsant. Although medication controls epilepsy to a certain degree, there are patients who still have seizures, despite the fact that they take their medication regularly.

As an alternative to medication, the Americans started with a therapy called neurotherapy during the eighties, controlling epilepsy with great success.

Dr. Sterman conducted an experiment on cats for NASA, that measured the effect of monomethylhydrazine, (a toxic rocket fuel), which causes epilepsy and even death in man and animals.

He found that cats that suffered from epilepsy and were treated with neurotherapy, had fewer seizures and also had a longer life span than the untreated cats. Americans started treating people with the same kind of therapy with great success.

Today neurofeedback-therapy is recognised as a successful supportive treatment of epilepsy. There are numerous neurofeedback systems on the makret. This practice makes use of EEG Spectrum’s and Brain Master’s Systems.