If you have only recently been introduced to Technology-Assisted Self-
Regulation / Self-Realization (T.A.S.R.) such as bio- and
neurofeedback and Heart Rate Variability Training, then you may want
to spend a moment looking at the U.S. National Library of Medicine
holdings at pubmed.gov. The following two links will take you to
biofeedback and neurofeedback results at NLM’s PubMed. Be sure to
add your subject of interest to the search phrase at the top of the
pubmed page in order to get the most relevant information. For
example, you can search the NLM for the phrase “neurofeedback
sickness behavior”, typed in without the punctuation. Another of
countless useful searches is for the 4 words - heart rate variability
Or view or download any of the hundreds of free full-text scientific
articles to be found along with explanatory text here:
Neurofeedback was first developed by researchers, not licensed
clinicians. The early and simple protocols brought benefit in a wide
variety of situations and were well summarized in a special issue of
Biological Psychology, number 95, in 2014. All those protocols can be
well performed with the neurofeedback hardware and software
described above. A good description of the development of early
neurofeedback protocols into synchrony and complexity protocols can
be found in Chapin T, et al (2014) - Neurotherapy and Neurofeedback:
Brain-Based Treatment for Psycholgoical and Behavioral Problems.
Routledge. Theta-alpha-gamma synchrony neurofeedback and live
complexity training act more like “pointing-out instructions” toward the
adaptive awake state. This functions like an adaptogen. Adaptogenic
neurofeedback, by its very nature, leads to a transdiagnostic
remediation of sickness behavior. The observable effects on the EEG
are discussed at tagsync.com and livecomplexitytraining.com.
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