Meditation: Neurofeedback is also used as a mental guide to reach mindful, meditative, or other spiritual states, reduce stress, to improve the quality of sleep, and be at their best no matter what circumstances they face.

For example:

Focused Attention (Concentration) practices impact the brain networks in ways that specifically encourage improved concentration and reduced distractibility.

Open Monitoring (Mindfulness) practices have the greatest impact on stress and anxiety.

Loving Kindness/Compassion targets mood concerns and empathy building.