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Of 100 clients, 94% of them reduced migraine pain by 50%...

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Question by Gary Ames
Submitted on 8/14/2004
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Of 100 clients, 94% of them reduced migraine pain by 50% after 6 sessions of pIR HEG neurofeedback.  Many just stopped getting migraines.  

Passive InfraRed Hemoencephalography is as a type of biofeedback that that reads thermal emmissions from the pre-frontal cortex.  It is basically a thermometer your put on your forehead.  Then you learn how to increase the temperature.  This can also abort a raging migraine in process.  

See details of both EEG (or brainwave) biofeedback and pIR HEG at www.AlertFocus.com.
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