Study: Neurofeedback brain training can complement ADHD stimulant medications

School-based brain train­ing shown to alle­vi­ate ADHD (The Boston Globe): With more than one in 10 chil­dren diag­nosed with atten­tion deficit hyper­ac­tiv­ity dis­or­der, par­ents and doc­tors alike have been eager to find alter­na­tives to pre­scrip­tion stim­u­lant med­ica­tions like Ritalin or Adder­all. Some of these options include com­puter pro­grams that train the brain to increase atten­tion span and a ther­apy called neu­ro­feed­back where a prac­ti­tioner teaches chil­dren how to keep their brain calm and focused...

http://sharpbrains.com/blog/2014/02/17/study-neurofeedback-brain-training-can-complement-adhd-stimulant-medications/