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Biofeedback is a non-medical process that involves measuring a subject's specific and quantifiable bodily functions such as blood pressure, heart rate, skin temperature, sweat gland activity, and muscle tension, conveying the...
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Biofeedback uses your mind to control your body and improve your health. ... Biofeedback is a type of complementary and alternative medicine called mind-body ...
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Biofeedback, What is biofeedback?Biofeedback is a technique in which people are ... Scientists are not able to explain exactly how or why biofeedback works. ...
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Dedicated to research, clinical applications and public information on biofeedback, related sciences and stress disorders.
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Biofeedback therapy for chronic health problems like hypertension and headaches trains you to control normally unconscious bodily functions.
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Introduction: Biofeedback is a subtle training technique used to enhance ... Through this technology, biofeedback lets subjects know when they are changing ...
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Biofeedback is a treatment method that uses monitoring devices to help people ... The panel also found that, while biofeedback might help with some sleep problems ...
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Biofeedback is the term used for a treatment method that uses monitoring devices ... The effects of biofeedback can vary significantly from person to person. ...
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Biofeedback is the application of this idea to internal biological processes. ... The electrodermal biofeedback (Galvanic Skin Resistance, Electrical Dermal ...
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What is biofeedback?Biofeedback is a method that uses the mind to control a body ... Peripheral temperature or hand temperature biofeedback. ...
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Biofeedback is helping many gain control over common health problems like ... Doing biofeedback has a slightly science fiction feel to it. ...
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information about biofeedback and controlling physical responses to reduce stress anxiety and other ... Biofeedback may be used to help people change the way ...
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Biofeedback is very useful for achieving stress reduction, reducing anxiety and ... Biofeedback is a therapeutic technique that attempts to produce in a client the ...
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Note: Some Aetna plans exclude coverage of biofeedback. ... Aetna considers biofeedback medically necessary for the following conditions: ...
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Biofeedback is a technique in which people are trained to improve their health ... Scientists are not able to explain exactly how or why biofeedback works. ...
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... biofeedback to ... A biofeedback therapist can help coach the learning of new self ... coping strategies and biofeedback training helps improve these ...
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The Benefit of Biofeedback ... The concept of biofeedback is as simple as looking in the mirror to watch ... In biofeedback, a wire electrode connected to a ...
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