Introduction. One of the factors increasing the body's response to a stressful situation is isolation. The feeling of loneliness in isolation can be caused by biological, psychological or medical factors. Material and methods: This paper is a review of publications issued in 2009–2021, the most up-to-date in terms of information on the topic of stress and its links with EEG neurofeedback. Results: 5 publications on stress caused by isolation and the reaction of the human body in a stressful situation were selected. The papers were selected based on the use of EEG neurofeedback in reducing the body's stress reactions to isolation. Conclusions: There is a lack of studies in the available literature describing the direct application of EEG neurofeedback in the reduction of stress caused by isolation despite demonstrating its potential in individual studies.
Gotner K, Dornowski M. EEG neurofeedback and isolation stressor. A systematic review. Balt J Health Phys Act. 2022;14(2):Article5. https://doi.org/10.29359/BJHPA.14.2.05
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Kacper Gotner ORCID 0000-0002-7075-6298
Marcin Dornowski ORCID 0000-0002-0464-1708
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