Existe-t-il des études sur le neurofeedback, sur le système Zengar Neuroptimal que vous utilisez ?
Il en existe en anglais, mais très peu en français. Ces études se trouvent sur le site de Zengar. Une étude a été faite par le Prof. Dubois à l'Hôpital de la Pitié-Salpétrière, à Paris, sur des patients atteints de la maladie d'Alzheimer. Cette étude a été concluante.
Voici une étude à propos de la maladie de Lyme : (citée par Emmanuel Renaud-Dehlinger)
Voici le témoignage d’un praticien de neurofeedback suisse (un peu ancien et en anglais, désolé) : Il dit que pour la maladie de Lyme, une dose massive d’antibiotiques est nécessaire, et que le neurofeedback est surtout efficace pour les séquelles de cette maladie une fois traitée par antibiotiques.
“I was a Lyme patient myself and have worked with many such people: the process of doing NF with this type of client is VERY, VERY, VERY difficult. Basically a worsening of symptoms has to be regarded as normal with this type of clients. By the way: this has nothing to do with the immune system anymore - a post-Lyme syndrome has to do with neurological damages due to the bacteria infection years ago. This is also the reason why this client population has strong reactions due to the training. This is an issue on the neurological level. I always tell clients that the fact that the symptoms are worse shows that the CNS is starting to move - and it is this process which can be VERY uncomfortable. The CNS of such a person could generally be described as being in "stagnation" - since years "stuck" in a certain symptom - moving somebody out of that place takes much time and many sessions. It can take months until the client really can feel / admit a reliably lasting progress. Please be so honest to tell this to your Lyme patients from the beginning onwards otherwise they will stop training much too early and miss THE chance to get out of their problems.NF has the potential to completely provide relief of post-Lyme condition / syndrome. As a general guideline for work with these clients: work rather slowly - doing too many sessions per week can "push" the CNS too much – symptom reaction become too strong - and the risk is that the client then stops training because they think "NF is not good for me". In the ideal case I would say one training session per week for at least one year. If NF works - and it will - then such training should even continue in my opinion because a real severe case of a post-Lyme patient has a LONG way to go until life gets normal again. This is for SURE NOT a short term therapy with 15-20 sessions in 2 months or so... By the way: the statistical analysis in such client populations are in my opinion irrelevant - focusing on symptoms / symptom relief and clients’ subjective perceived wellbeing are crucial in work with these people - they need much time, an open ear and much compassion and love...
Generally a Lyme treatment takes 2-3 VERY strong highdosed antibiotic treatments each for a month. Or alternatively up to 1 year continuously lowdosed antibiotics. Sadly even today many medical doctors treat Lyme wrongly. Once 2-3 weeks lowdosed antibiotics and then they send clients home as healed, the bacteria withdraws and a year later hell breaks out. A Lyme client can only be regarded as "treated" when Lyme-related symptoms did not come back for 2 years. Literally ALL Lyme related symptoms have to be seen first under the regard of a re-exposure/fallback and is an indication that the first antibiotic treatment was a failure. Anything done other than antibiotics is just cover-up. Client might feel better for a few weeks or months but in the mean time bacteria are spreading. That is the dangerous thing about alternative medicine. Then also bacteria such as Lyme-Burdorferi can start new infections any time - you do not build up an immune resistance the first time you had Lyme. So you can have also new infections any time. That’s the reason why Lyme should be taken care of by real specialists and not by "local doctors". To make a real serious Lyme diagnosis, you have to know about and exclude 54 other illnesses of the weirdest and rarest type. This again is the base for choice of the type of antibiotic and treatment plan. Most "house doctors" fail totally in this regard. If your client does not get a serious diagnosis done and is then treated with antibioticsshe could end up as "disabled" by the age of 40. I am NOT exaggerating. This lady might have never gotten a REAL Lyme treatment. If she had her infection as a teenager and is now in her 30's then I can say with almost 100% certainty that she did not get a proper treatment. 10-20 years ago the medical establishment new hardly nothing about Lyme compared to what one knows today.”