Neurofeedback is a technique discovered in the early 1970s in the United States, but which has undergone a real evolution in recent years, and can help the brain to regain control of itself, correct itself and function better and thus overcome disorders, difficulties or even lack of performance due to a brain activity agitated or irregular.
The word “neuro” refers to neurons (nerve cells found mainly in the brain) and “feedback” which means feedback. That is, there is feedback to the brain in relation to its own activity in order to create change. These changes are possible thanks to the revolutionary discovery of neuroplasticity, which represents the ability of neurons to modify and renew themselves throughout our lives.
By placing sensors on the head, the neuropractitioner can measure brain activity. The system analyzes and collects the electrical activity of the brain and then sends information about its own functioning (feedback) back to it audibly or visually, so that it can correct (reorganize) itself; this is also called self-regulation.
The NeuroSense Institute practices Neurofeedback dynamique™, which is a non-invasive and completely natural method based on the learning and adaptive capacities of our brain, but also on the brain’s self-regulation. This method uses the Neuroptimal® process, which is at the cutting edge of technology in this field and is based on the most recent advances in neuroscience. It is the only neurofeedback method in the world that measures the activity of the central nervous system according to its own characteristics and mode of functioning.
It is the only neurofeedback method in the world that measures the activity of the central nervous system according to its own characteristics and mode of functioning. This method is located at the crossroads of many scientific disciplines (neurology, biology, physics, psychology, computer science, etc.), and makes it possible to gently treat most illnesses resulting from emotional, cognitive or physiological disturbances.