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What is biofeedback?

What is biofeedback?

Biofeedback is: Simply feedback of information to you about your own internal biological activity. You then use that information to learn self regulation. You can't learn any skill without feedback of your performance. Biofeedback gives you information of normally unconscious functions -- muscle activity, breathing, heart rate, sweating, skin temperature, brain waves, etc. -- allowing you to regulate them. ...Read more

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Dr. Bob Stewart
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Biofeedback (Definition)

Simply feedback of information to you about your own internal biological activity. You then use that information to learn self regulation. You can't learn a skill without feedback of your performance. Biofeedback gives you information of functions you're usually unaware of -- muscle activity, breathing, heart rate, sweating, skin temperature, brain waves, etc. -- allowing ...Read more


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How does biofeedback work?

How does biofeedback work?

Biofeedback: Works by feeding back information to you about your own internal biological activity. You then use that information to learn self regulation. You can't learn any skill without feedback of your performance. Biofeedback gives you information of normally unconscious functions -- muscle activity, breathing, heart rate, sweating, skin temperature, brain waves, etc. -- allowing you to regulate them. ...Read more

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What are the benefits of Biofeedback?

Safe, non-drug rx: Biofeedback uses sophisticated electronic equipment to monitor various physiological functions and presents this information to the patient in real time. We can monitor heart rate, blood pressure, skin conductance, brain waves, skin temperature, and other signals. By observing this information one can learn to CONTROL aspects of your physiology. For: migraines, ADD, anxiety/stress, HBP, +more ...Read more

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What conditions does Biofeedback treat?

Biofeedback treats..: Biofeedback is a method whereby individuals learn to control their bodily level of arousal more effectively. It has been used to treat headaches/migraines, incontinence, high blood pressure, and anxiety. Neurofeedback, a type of biofeedback has been used to help with ADHD, symptoms of autism, brain injury, and depression. These are the most known issues. ...Read more

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Recommend an affordable biofeedback sites?

Try these apps . . .: There are many apps for biofeedback and hypnotherapy. I've only tried a few myself. I like the ones by andrew johnson. "deep sleep" is helpful for many seeking ways to manage stress, relax, fall asleep, etc. ...Read more

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What are the complications of Biofeedback?

NONE: if done by an experienced provider there will only be benefit at best. No harmful effect ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: biofeedback?

What is the definition or description of: biofeedback?

Biofeedback is: Simply feedback of information to you about your own internal biological activity. You then use that information to learn self regulation. You can't learn a skill without feedback of your performance. Biofeedback gives you information of functions you're usually unaware of -- muscle activity, breathing, heart rate, sweating, skin temperature, brain waves, etc. -- allowing you to regulate them. ...Read more

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Can biofeedback be dangerous/cause negative medical response?

Doubtful: I am not aware of any dangers or negative medical responses to biofeedback. Certainly we need further study before it becomes a mainstream treatment for some things. But for migraines and for pelvic floor disorders, it is a recommended treatment. I'm not clear from your question if you are talking about a particular biofeedback, however. ...Read more