Psychotherapy never cleared my ‘brain fog’ and mental health woes. So I tried neurofeedback.

There’s a lot of debate about whether these scans are meaningful and how blood flow in different parts of the brain may correlate to mental health or other neurological problems. But the scan indicated reduced blood flow in parts of my brain that appeared to align with my complaints of cognitive decline.

A few months later, a neuro­psychologist from a cognitive rehabilitation center diagnosed me with non-amnestic mild cognitive impairment (MCI), which can be a precursor to dementia in older adults. And he suggested I try something called neurofeedback.

Read the full article at the Washington Post

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