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* Cannot be self administered. (However, clinically conducted and  supervised at-home neuofeedback programs are available).

* Can take up to 6-10 session to show results.

Warranties for equipment are usually not necessary due the fact that treatment is either administered at-home or in a clinicians office. Purchasing neurofeedback systems requires a license in one of several healthcare related fields.

So both approaches have pluses and minuses. It's left up to you to choose which one is best fits your needs.

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David A. Mayen serves as founder and CEO of the Sleep Recovery Centers. He is an EEG Spectum Intl. Graduate and holds certifications in advanced neurofeedback,neuro-anatomy and neurophysiology, psycho-pharmacology as well as alpha theta training (more...)

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Yes, both CES and neurofeedback work for 80% of in... by Gary Ames on Wednesday, Nov 28, 2012 at 10:33:06 AM