The academic article below details the research that led to the acceptance of QEEG as a reliable test for ADHD by the FDA (US Federal Drug Administration). The most important thing to note in this is that many psychological and behavioural symptoms are common to ADHD and other conditions. The QEEG helps to determine whether brainwave activity unique to ADHD is present. Medication, learning support, neurofeedback and psychological therapy can then be targeted more accurately.
The article below comes from the Huffington Post. It gives useful, science-backed information about how you can support your brain’s health with times of silence.
The article below comes from the Atlantic Newspaper. It is an interesting read about the beneficial effect of nature on the brain.