PTSD - Post-traumatic stress disorder

Neurofeedback in PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorders – Neurofeedback may help – PTSD Munich

PTSD - Symptoms

Post-traumatic stress disorder can occur after an event involving actual or imminent death or serious injury, e.g. accidents, family tragedies or military operations. But also at events that aroused feelings of fear and helplessness in those affected. You can have been there yourself or have observed the event.

Symptoms of PTSD include not only the intensive re-experience of the event through sudden memories, images or (nightmare) dreams, but also increased excitability, sleep disorders, concentration problems, anxiety or irritability.



Sleep disturbances

Concentration problems

Treating PTSD with neurofeedback

Neurofeedback in our practice in Munich may help with PTSD

Objective diagnostics for PTSD in Munich

With the help of the qEEG, deviations in the back areas of the brain can often be identified, especially with closed eyes. On the basis of the evaluation, the frequencies and localisations affected are determined and the specific protocols are compiled.

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Example of a qEEG

Neurofeedback therapy for PTSD in our practice in Munich

Neurofeedback supports trauma therapy by improving sleep and concentration and helping to overcome inner barriers. In combination with coaching, the traumatic experiences can continue to be worked through together.

PTBS Munich – Neurofeedback may help!

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