Neurofeedback, also called electroencephalogram biofeedback (EEG for short), uses your brain’s own smarts to help you dial down anxious feelings.
EEG measures brain feedback in real time, and displays the information visually on a computer monitor. This instant feedback information allows for quick and efficient adjustments to brain function which allow training and strengthening that ultimately reduces feelings of anxiety.
As a form of highly personalized brain training, there is little else in the medical field today to rival the potential effectiveness and customization of neurofeedback for anxiety.
Harvard University goes so far as to post it may represent the future of psychiatric care for a wide range of mental health issues ranging from ADHD to anxiety.