Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
A variety of symptoms—fatigue, anxiety, physical aches, and a broad array of cognitive difficulties— are present in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. The cause or combination of causes is not currently known. EEG research shows that CFS patients often exhibit significantly higher theta (slow wave) brainwave frequency measures compared to normal control groups, both at rest and when engaged in a cognitive task. Although fibromyalgia is a separate disorder, it produces many of the same symptoms, such as physical and mental fatigue and mental fogginess. We have experienced good success in significantly reducing symptoms and improving CFS or fibromyalgia clients’ quality of life through neurofeedback and holistic therapy.