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about Biofeedback and Biofeedback Practitioners
is therapy which uses monitoring devices to help
people control and regulate their bodily functions
including heart rate, blood pressure, temperature,
and muscle tension......
is therapy which uses monitoring
devices to help people control and
regulate their bodily functions
including heart rate, blood pressure,
temperature, and muscle tension.
Physical therapists use biofeedback
to help their patients cope with
pain, to increase relaxation, and
develop healthier and more comfortable
life. The monitoring device feeds
back impulses to the patient in
the form of lights and bleeps; these
are displayed on a biofeedback monitor
The therapy tries to find a way
to reduce the number of lights and
beeps being fed back. This relaxes
the body’s electrical impulses
and reduce the patient’s symptoms.
Eventually with training, the patient
can apply knowledge gained without
the use of a machine
biofeedback techniques are used
to treat an ever-lengthening list
of conditions. These include:
headaches, tension headaches,
and many other types of pain.
of the digestive system including
or low blood pressure.
disease (a circulatory disorder
that causes uncomfortably cold
and other movement disorders.
patients control their response
including to alcohol
disorder (ADD) and attention-deficit
hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
a Biofeedback Therapist will discuss
your symptoms and expectations,
medical history, current medications
and any other treatment you tried
before biofeedback. They will discuss
the results you hope to achieve
and the results you can expect,
then you will be introduced to the
therapist will connect you to the
biofeedback equipment, attaching
sensors to detect your body's responses.
The type of sensor varies according
to the type of process being measured.
For example, for muscle biofeedback,
you may have sensors attached to
muscles on your head, neck and jaw.
For temperature biofeedback, the
sensors may be attached to your
fingertips or toes. As you learn
to control your body's functions,
some of which are unconscious, the
biofeedback equipment will signal
your progress with a tone, flashing
light or change in pattern on a
this feedback from the sensors the
therapist can guide you through
the process of modifying various
physiological responses to achieve
your required changes.
therapy is a safe, non-invasive
form of therapy, designed to give
you control over certain processes
that take place at a subconscious
level of functioning.
Read much more about Biofeedback
in one of these excellent books.....