Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Recently scientists have found a correlation between health in the gut to the health of the brain and central nervous system.  Neurofeedback can detect any abnormal high frequency neuronal activity in the brain.  Usually individuals suffering from Irritable Bowel Condition have high frequency activity in the frontal region that is associated with self-regulatory processes.  Imbalances of the electrical activity in the brain can cause an individual to be much more irritated and aggravated in their behavior.  The irritation of indigestion, body pain and impaired brain function are some signs that an individual is suffering from Irritable Bowel Condition.  Stabilizing the activity in the brain can lead to increased self-regulation of the bowel.  Neurofeedback can enhance and balance the electrochemical activity of the brain cells which, in turn, may help the bowel return to proper function.