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biofeedback and neurofeedback are different so be sure to investigate both


we avoided neurofeedback as had heard some negative reports about it


biofeedback however was very helpful to my son. Our acupuncture therapist does it. As with all treatments that involve a human input, be sure to choose an experienced therapist who works in a clinical setting rather than just someone who has jumped on the bandwagon because of the popularity of the therapy! preferably also be sure the therapist has experience treating neurological disorders.


here is some info on it


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chlorine is a major tic trigger for my son. He stopped using chlorinated pools years ago as the problem was so bad he felt it not worth the spike in tics.

He is older now but still doesn't go in pools. Only the ocean when he is at the beach with friends

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