Neurofeedback: Managing Brain Irregularities with Video Games

It has long been hypothesized that playing video games causes brain irregularities by isolating the player from the real world and in so doing reducing him to a measly twitching, reflexive zombie. These views could be justified. But what if we could transform this very same player…

Neurofeedback Used to Treat ADHD, PTSD

In September 2013, Chris Gardner went from kicking and spinning as a black belt in taekwondo to being trapped in a world where he could not follow conversations — or even walk his dog. The 58-year-old Vienna, Va., resident had just had brain surgery…

Researchers Isolate Two Brain Regions that Generate Anxiety

As different from a reaction to fear or a real, immediate threat, Anxiety is the anticipation of a threat in the near future. The symptoms of Anxiety disorders and the treatment of those symptoms are fundamentally understood, but the neurology of Anxiety is extremely…