Quantum biofeedback can also be effective in the treatment of ADHD as an adjunctive therapy for attention deficit disorder. ADHD, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, can affect up to 9-10% of children aged 5-17 years, but can also affect adults, not to mention hidden, undiagnosed cases. Quantum biofeedback therapy calls on the mind to correct the mistakes that have gone wrong in the body. No intervention, no pain, no side effects. Only self-healing processes.
What is quantum biofeedback?
If we want to understand what quantum biofeedback is, we need to know that every cell in our body vibrates at a specific frequency. This is different when we are in a normal, balanced state and different when we have a disease, a complaint, or when our body is out of balance.
Quantum biofeedback devices are able to measure and analyse these electrophysiological signals and help activate our body’s ability to heal itself.
The body is capable of renewal and regeneration, often only needing a small „boost” to start the process. Quantum biofeedback therapy tools such as the QUEX S or QUEX ED can detect problems by measuring and analysing the body’s electrophysiological signals and brainwaves through sensors connected to the individual, and can guide unconscious biological processes on the path to healing.
The cells that have been thrown out of balance are effectively re-educated. Quantum biofeedback can be used as an alternative treatment not only for allergies, intolerances, nutritional deficiencies, but also for ADHD.
As a form of therapy for ADHD, neurofeedback, or EEG biofeedback, is based specifically on the measurement, analysis and balancing of brain waves, which in ADHD are the brain waves that are functioning abnormally.
Using quantum biofeedback in the treatment of ADHD
In attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, the frontal and parietal brain regions do not function properly. These regions are responsible for organising information, concentration, among other things, and brain waves in these areas do not vibrate at the desired frequency.
Once ADHD has been diagnosed, effective therapy is crucial to improve concentration, reduce anxiety, alleviate over-exercising and reduce impulsive actions. These also have an impact on school and work performance and on interpersonal relationships.
Research supports that quantum biofeedback can help treat ADHD. In the past, the focus has been mainly on the treatment of ADHD with medication, but there is a growing demand for effective alternative therapies.
Quantum biofeedback therapy teaches a child or adult to use the power of their brain to enhance concentration on their own. This involves watching a playful animation while the quantum biofeedback device analyses brain waves.
During the animation, which is designed to increase concentration, the brain is guided to perform tasks that require concentration, without a mouse or joystick.
Exercises can lead to longer-lasting concentration, which may be associated with a reduction in ADHD symptoms.
Benefits of quantum biofeedback in ADHD
The benefits of quantum biofeedback therapy for ADHD are manifold. One of the most important benefits is that there are no side effects, no risks and no stress on the body during the therapy.
Neurofeedback therapy is performed in a relaxed state, training unbalanced brain waves in individuals with ADHD.
Key biofeedback therapy benefits for ADHD:
- Improved ability to concentrate, reduced attention deficit
- Reduction of impulsivity
- reduced impulsivity, reduced anxiety, reduced stress
- more relaxed, restful sleep
- improved learning skills, organizational skills
- better control of emotions
Quantum biofeedback therapy – how to get started?
The aim of quantum biofeedback therapy for ADHD is to help the patient learn to concentrate better, to pay attention, to process information more efficiently, to organise it more practically and to achieve a calmer, more balanced state. There are cases where ADHD medication can be reduced after therapy because of the visible results of training the brain.
For quantum biofeedback therapy, it is very important to have a qualified biofeedback therapist leading the therapy, to use the latest biofeedback equipment and to have a patient who is committed to the therapy and to the cooperation.
An individual treatment plan will always be set up and a corresponding biofeedback protocol will be run by the therapist, tailored to the individual depending on the types and severity of symptoms.
In general, professionals recommend 10-30 biofeedback therapy sessions for effectiveness, usually lasting 50 minutes per session. Biofeedback therapy requires no preparation on the part of the patient, who only needs to listen to the playful animation in a relaxed atmosphere, during which the disturbed brain regions are trained to more balanced brain waves.