Neurofeedback Therapy can help those who suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Neurofeedback Therapy / Monday, May 21st, 2018

In my previous blogs, we’ve discussed addictions and explained how Neurofeedback therapy can help balance a person’s brain so they can overcome their dependent behavior. Obsessive-compulsive disorder (fear of being contaminated by germs, fear of causing harm to yourself or others, excessive focus on objects and things and consistent, repetitive behavior.) is a form of addiction that can also be debilitating and diminish a person’s quality of life. People don’t often think of OCD as a severe addiction, but it indeed is because it does affect a person’s professional and personal life, causing people who suffer from OCD to become reclusive. Human beings need social interactions to thrive. According to Psychology Today, a critical study showed that a lack of social communication is a greater detriment to health than obesity, smoking, and high blood pressure. If you have been diagnosed with having OCD, Neurofeedback will definitely help you overcome this type of addiction.

Neurofeedback is a non-invasive therapy with zero side effects and is completely painless. Many of my patients who’ve I’ve treated for OCD have stated they no longer struggle with unwanted repetitive thought and behavior and their minds are calm and much more focused than before. To read more about addictions and neurofeedback therapy, please read my previous blog on how Neurofeedback Therapy can help people who are suffering from addictions.

Dr. Elena Eustache is a specialist in Neurofeedback Therapy, with a Ph.D. in Psychology and Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Dr. Elena Eustache helps her patients reach their full potential so they can live the life they’ve always dreamed. To learn more about Dr. Elena Eustache, Neurofeedback therapy, and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, please visit her website at You can also find Dr. Eustache on Instagram and Facebook.

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