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Neurofeedback and Chemo Brain Fog

Posted Mar 22 2010 12:49pm
Catherine Boyer, a neurofeedback practitioner in New York City recently posted this article on her own blog New York Neurofeedback : Neurofeedback and Chemo Brain Fog .

I wanted to share it with you since I have worked with women coming to neurofeedback after cancer treatment complaining of exactly same things:
- cognitive "brain fog"
- sleep disturbances
- fatigue

Like Catherine, I have found that these women respond well to neurofeedback and I'm delighted to see that a study is being done to see how much and how often people get these improvements from neurofeedback training. (Maybe this will help those physicians who otherwise ignore their patient's reports on how much it helped to help others access it as well. )


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