NeurOptimal neurofeedback has already been demonstrated to be effective in treating alcohol abuse and dependency.
However, opioid addiction is often particularly resistant to treatment.
After an initial pilot study showed that 18 out of 20 clients experiencing opioid addiction who were treated with neurofeedback did not relapse in their recovery, $10,000 funding has been granted to further explore the use of neurofeedback to treat opioid addiction which has become a rampant problem in western society, with devastating effects.
In the pilot study both linear neurofeedack and dynamical NeurOptimal neurofeedback were used.
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