Learning methods of self-control through definite visual and auditory feedback.
Observe which triggers affect you the most and provoke physical responses.
The positive effects of focused breathing reduces the intensity of various psychological and physiological symptoms
Knowing what causes distress and the solution to it gives better insight and assists other therapy techniques
The body is highly dependent on the addictive substance; hence, the functions of the body change during the deaddiction process. Biofeedback tracks the muscle tension, involuntary responses, built up stress, heart rate and other symptoms of withdrawal. With the help of which an apt treatment plan is tailored for the client.
Rejections cause some neurological effects in the brain which affect the emotions and the physiological functions of the person without their realisation. The impact of rejections is observed through the biofeedback techniques and a treatment plan is tailored to address the observed symptoms.
The substantial changes in emotional regulation due to mood disorders are detected through biofeedback. Recognizing the intensity of the symptoms and their exact impact on the body functions has been recorded to reduce the symptoms faster.
The stress, increased heart rate, sweating and nervousness of performance anxiety can be visually analysed through biofeedback. It gives the client the indication to use relaxation techniques and deep breathing at the required time.
The three most commonly used forms of biofeedback therapy are: Electromyography (EMG), which measures muscle tension. Thermal biofeedback, which measures skin temperature. Neurofeedback or electroencephalography (EEG), which measures brain wave activity.
A biofeedback therapist helps you practise relaxation exercises, which you fine-tune to control different body functions. For example, you might use a relaxation technique to turn down the brainwaves that activate when you have a headache
Biofeedback is an alternative medicine approach that teaches people to change the way their bodies function. It is a mind-body therapy that may improve your physical and mental health. During a biofeedback session, a practitioner uses monitoring equipment and instruments to measure your body’s function