Neurofeedback May Help Ease Chemo Brain

October 26, 2022

An article presented by (2022) reviews a surgery that explored the use of EEG biofeedback with breast cancer patients who experienced neurophysiological neurocognitive, and behavioral changes in response to chemotherapy treatment.The article reveals that Adjuvant chemotherapy, which has been successful increasing survival rates for cancer survivors, can produce unintended side effects including neurocognitive deficits. It shared that Neurofeedback, a form of therapy that uses a computer program to measure brain wave activity, demonstrated effectiveness in treating the above-named side effects following chemotherapy treatment. Read more HERE.


DePolo, J. (2022, September 12). Neurofeedback May Help Ease Chemo Brain.



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