Increased neuroinflammation in the brain can lead to increased short-range connectivity in the brain and an increasingly insufficient ratio of GABAs. An increase in short connectivity in the brain is associated with an above-normal increase in Gammas measured in the brain in a certain region. The brain reduces long-distance connectivity where gamma increases, to compensate for the increased short connectivity and isolate it from other parts of the brain. The decrease in long-distance connectivity and the increase in disconnection/asymmetry in the brain can be measured by the increase in Thetas. The increased Theta/Gamma frequency bands at the same point in the 2-minute EEG are the biomarker of neuroinflammation in the brain. The most common areas of neuroinflammation are the frontocentral region of the brain where microglials are more common. Increased neuroinflammation causes a disconnection between Broca’s and Wernicke’s areas in dyslexia, and a disconnection between the anterior and posterior regions in autism. Reducing Thetas with neurofeedback firstly decreases the Gammas around 20 sessions, then connects the unconnected parts of the brain to each other and therefore decreases the measured Thetas. Neurofeedback can also reduce the hypersensitivity caused by the increase in short coupling.
As long as neuroinflammation continues in the brain, short connections may increase and long connections may decrease over time. The only way to prevent this situation is to focus on methods that reduce inflammation in the brain.In a brain that receives neurofeedback for a long time, slow waves are pulled below normal limits, that is, long-distance differences and disconnections in the brain are reduced, and short-range increased connections caused by neuroinflammation will also be eliminated. The decrease in slow waves causes the results measured in all other bands to be below normal (although it is not known why this is so, it is thought that new cell formation in the brain increases with NF application). Gammas are also below normal limits. However, the relative gammas can be measured higher than the relative gammas of normal people. That is, the number of synapse connections per neuron has increased. This brain structure is a structure seen in the brains of gifted people. That is, there is an exchange of information between all parts of the brain, and the cortex has been thinned, and the synapse connections between neurons have increased. This is how children with dyslexia, who have used NF for a long time, jump from the last place to the first place in their class.