The neurofeedback has a long history of how it can be found in the 1960s when Berry Stanman conducted NASA's research using this method. In turn, the beginnings of the use of EEG are even older, which dates back to around 1900. From the studies started by Stermann, many researchers later, with the help of the error method, developed ways to improve brain elasticity by "teaching" the brain to increase or decrease their function at various brain wavelengths. At first, various assumptions were simply expressed and, therefore, various adverse reactions were encountered. But after 60 years of research, the Dynamic Neoroptimal method has been created, which is the highest point of the evolution of the neurofeedback technique
The combination of the power of Microsoft's personal computer with a new understanding of brain functioning has led to a non-linear method that "lives" on the border between order and chaos, and this new method is an instrument that allows your brain to make its own decisions about what is best for them. Nothing is forcibly imposed—no coach of this method solves in your place. Your brains doing it! Them are the most advanced computer known to man, and we have been trying to study it in the last 10-15 years!
Where is the neurofeedback applied here? Sensors connected to a computer program give your brain a feedback or neurofeedback for what they do during the session. The brain uses this information to reorganize its structures. RigaBrain works with all brain waves.
Changing your brain wave model that interacts with the electrical and chemical activities of the brain also affects your mood, behavior, and communication with others.
The brain is the most complex system known to man, and it is a master of self-organization. RigaBrain method uses EEG information about electrical and chemical activity in the brain (CNS) to help the brain achieve maximum flexibility and adaptability.