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To review papers on epilepsy and the use of neurofeedback therapy to reduce seizures. Papers searched were from Pubmed, Proquest, Science Direct, etc. including the review of relevant journals e.g. Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology, HHS Public Script, Basic and Cinical Neuroscience, Current Opinion in Neurology, International Journal of Neurorehabilitation, Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation Techniques and Applications, Measurement Science Review, Journal of Neurotherapy. Common treatments such as surgery, pharmacotherapy, neurostimulation and diet therapy were used for epilepsy but had some limitations. Neurofeedback therapy was found, among those treatments, to be useful for epilepsy. There were two key points of successful protocol used in neurofeedback therapy: sensorimotorrhythm and slowcortical potential enabling a reduction of seizures.
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