Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are a tough test for parents who may feel deeply overwhelmed after receiving the news of their child’s diagnosis. The education of a child is a task that already requires a great deal of involvement and energy. An investment of efforts that is much greater in the case of children with autistic spectrum symptoms.
We know that cohabitation with autism can be strenuous. It carries a great sacrifice for your family and generates an important wear both physically and emotionally. For this reason, it is important to begin treating it to mitigate and relax these problems, receive professional support and obtain solutions.
From a neuro-psychological point of view, the application of the neurofeedback technique gains multiple benefits that can help to achieve these improvements. But how does it work?
Neurofeedback is a neuropsychological technique whose goal is to train and teach the brain, to exercise it. With this exercise, the brain increases its functionality and ability to work in the most appropriate way. In the patient with ASD, a better development of cognitive functions, acceleration in the process of language recovery and a closer connection with the environment, people and objects that surround him are obtained.