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Does neurofeedback work for insomnia?

Although the findings are specific to the use of sensorimotor rhythm neurofeedback in treating sleep disorders and the sample size is small, the findings are likely to stimulate wider debate about the effectiveness of neurofeedback in general and the effect of placebo to improve well-being. When it comes to neurofeedback and sleep disorders, researchers conclude that it is no more effective than placebo. However, this seems implausible when you consider that patients with misperceptions even achieve identical NFT learning levels (over the 12 training sessions) compared to young healthy neurofeedback control subjects. When it comes to neurofeedback and sleep disorders, researchers conclude that it is no more effective than placebo.

Changes in sleep patterns can have a negative impact on energy levels, emotional balance, attention, concentration, memory, and health in general.

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