Many studies show neurofeedback’s positive effects of on academic performance. A growing number of education experts and researchers believe that “retraining the brain” (a simplified definition of neurofeedback) is beneficial for all students!
Students have more difficulty learning when they are stressed and anxious. Stress can be caused by many different factors, both in and out of the classroom. While you may not be able to control the stressful situations your child experiences, you can give them the tools to respond to stress better!
Balancing brainwave activity decreases stress level, stress intensity and stress frequency. In one study, 67% of participants improved after only 7 training sessions. Overall, 93% improved in either stress level, intensity of symptoms or frequency of symptoms. Reduced stress alone may be enough to help students improve academically.
Improved focus also comes as a result from neurofeedback brain training. Even for children without ADHD, an improvement in their ability to focus leads to smarter use of time & faster learning!