Neurofeedback training significantly reduces short- and long-term cigarette craving and smoking

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  • Novel neurofeedback training approach significantly reduces short- and long-term cigarette craving and smoking, suggesting a promising brain-based tool for treating addiction.

Why this matters

  • Approximately 75% of smokers resume cigarette smoking despite participating in Gold Standard Programs for smoking cessation.

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