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How Neurofeedback Is Revolutionizing Stress Management

We may be able to train ourselves to control brain activity

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FFear, stress, and anxiety are some of the biggest dangers to our mental health. But like many of our unpleasant emotions, they have important functional origins; without them, we lack the motivation to flee from danger or avoid harmful behaviors.

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Erman Misirlisoy, PhD

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