What is Neurofeedback/Biofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a non-invasive method of brain conditioning. It is an interactive and engaging type of therapy that helps you strengthen and regulate your brain to help you reach a better functional state. Neurofeedback works by monitoring your brainwave activity in real-time and rewarding the brain when favorable communications are made. This helps your brain learn to function more efficiently through instant feedback. Biofeedback is an alternative treatment approach that can help with overall stress reduction and increased well-being. Heart Rate Variability (HRV) biofeedback has been used to specifically target anxiety disorders and depression. Biofeedback is a well-documented and researched technique that uses signals from your own body to gain control over your body’s response to stress. Biofeedback is known to increase the level of oxygenation in each brain region, which has been shown to have positive effects (including providing mental clarity & enhanced focus). Biofeedback helps you to be in tune with processes that are usually automatic and out of our control. Through biofeedback you can learn to be in control of these autonomic processes, which will in turn provide you with cognitive flexibility and the ability to better manage stressful situations.

How will Neurofeedback/Biofeedback help me?

Biofeedback can benefit anyone with reducing their overall stress. Whether you suffer from anxiety, depression, or various other mental health problems, you may benefit from this treatment. It may be particularly helpful for people who suffer from panic attacks. Biofeedback will teach you how to automatically have better control over your breathing and heart rate which will in turn enhance your sense of well-being and help you to better cope with stress. Biofeedback helps to improve cognitive, emotional, and even physical functioning. Neurofeedback is helpful for many different people. It may especially be useful for those with the following disorders: ADHD, Anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, PTSD, Learning Disabilities, and more!

Overview on research for neurofeedback and biofeedback and efficacy in conditions treated:


MonostraBiofeedbackArticle (2005)

Neurofeedback Compared to Stimulants


Biofeedback in Medicine (PDF)

Interested? Please contact our office. Keep in mind, neurofeedback/biofeedback is not covered under most insurances, however we have discounted packages available for our clients. Please contact us at 561-206-4601 or contact@reviveneuro.com for more information.