With neurotherapy, the symptoms may be entirely suppressed. A person with diagnosed Attention Deficit Disorder may be able to train the brain to pay attention, so that condition will no longer be diagnosable. A person coming in with migraines may no longer have them. (However, that person may still have a greater vulnerability to migraines than the average person on the street.) A person with epilepsy may no longer have seizures; even though that person still retains a vulnerability to seizures. A child with severe rages and temper tantrums may not have them again.