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Either way, the body responds negatively when anger is not expressed constructively. Neurofeedback therapy offers skills to help people learn how to more effectively manage their anger. Neurofeedback can help reduce anger outbursts in adults and children.
Benefits of Neurofeedback for Anger
Neurofeedback therapy helps create a stronger connection between the emotional center and the executive control centers in the brain. Neurofeedback training can help stabilize and calm areas of the brain that are not functioning at their optimum for emotional regulation. By helping a person learn how to better manage their emotions, individuals experience a decrease in anger, impulsivity, emotional reactivity, muscle tension, and negative thinking.
Unlike medication, neurofeedback causes minimal to no side effects. The most commonly reported side effect is a feeling of tiredness after a session.