Depression is a serious mental disorder that affects how you feel, think and act. It occurs when the chemicals in your brain are out of balance .
As depression disrupts daily life, it can be debilitating for some individuals. If depression goes untreated, it could worsen the symptoms making them more severe and persistent.
Currently available treatment options like medication or psychotherapy either work well sometimes or not at all. These limitations highlight the need to explore new innovative treatments. Hence, evidence suggests one such treatment is neurofeedback,which uses brain activity as a feedback.
Neurofeedback has been studied for depression frequently since then, with current research suggesting that it may be an effective alternative depression treatment.
Here are some abstract articles that discuss some of the studies and results associated with depression and neurofeedback: