Here are some recent studies showing the effects of neurofeedback for various conditions:
This 2014 review shows that when children with ADD / ADHD did neurofeedback, their parents and teachers noticed significant improvements not only in attention but also in impulsivity and hyperactivity.
This 2017 study found that people with depression had improvements in their symptoms and a reduction in functional deficits after treatment with neurofeedback.
In this 2011 study of two anxiety patients, both had a significant reduction in anxiety symptoms after treatment with neurofeedback; a year later, they were symptom free.
Research on Alzheimer’s and dementia found that after a series of neurofeedback sessions, study participants showed significant improvements in executive memory function.
5. Traumatic brain injury (TBI):
This study with people who have suffered a traumatic brain injury shows that they can improve symptoms related to attention and mood and showed motivation for treatment.
6. Post- traumatic Stress Disorder (PTS):
Compared to a control group, 28 people with chronic post-traumatic stress disorder who underwent neurofeedback therapy experienced significant improvements in their symptoms and emotion regulation.
A study by UCLA scientists found that neurofeedback improved abstinence rates in people with addictions.