As adults begin to age, research suggests there can be a decline in working memory, long-term memory, dual-tasking, task-switching, reasoning ability, and executive and attentional control. Neurofeedback for cognitive decline aids in healthy cognition for individuals struggling with their memory and better mental health quality of life with improved memory performance.
What is Cognitive Decline?
As adults begin to age, research shows declining ability in working memory, long-term memory, dual-tasking, task-switching, reasoning ability and executive and attentional control. An individual’s quality of life can be negatively impacted as daily activities such as driving, grocery shopping, and taking medications become more difficult.
How can Neurofeedback help Cognitive Decline?
Advances in technology and better understanding of the brain has revealed that there are things you can do to help strengthen your brain and experience more optimal brain functioning. Neurofeedback therapy is a powerful tool for reshaping brain networks and strengthening the brain. Neurofeedback training has the ability to target specific areas that need to be strengthened and improved.
Although it does not have the ability to reverse structural damage in the brain, it can strengthen and enhance parts of the brain that are still healthy and functioning to prevent further degradation and maximize function.