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Biofeedback



Biofeedback is a technique that uses tools and machines to monitor the body’s involuntary systems such as breathing, heart rate, blood pressure, and blood flow so that we might better understand and influence them. Many biofeedback tools are fairly simple and easily recognized—like blood pressure cuffs and thermometers—while others are more sophisticated, such as MRI scanners. The data generated from biofeedback allows us to identify certain stressful triggers and provides evidence on effective ways to reduce the impact of those triggers.

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What Is Biofeedback? Center for Brain Training's, Mike Cohen, Discusses Types of Biofeedback

Mike Cohen, from the Center for Brain Training in Florida, describes what biofeedback is and the ways it can help people gain better control and a healthier central nervous system.

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A Symphony in the Brain: The Evolution of the New Brain Wave Biofeedback

In the decade since Jim Robbins’s A Symphony in the Brain was first published, the control of our bodies, brains, and minds has taken remarkable leaps.

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Biofeedback

Biofeedback is a mind-body technique that teaches people in therapy how to better control the body’s involuntary responses to facilitate improved health.

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Braintraining for Anxiety & ADHD

Linda Ciampa tells us how some patients with severe anxiety or ADHD are using neurofeedback instead of medications to change their brainwaves and help their conditions.

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Heart Breath Mind: Train Your Heart to Conquer Stress and Achieve Success

Stress is not in your head, it’s in your body—this is the key to peak performance that Leah Lagos, PsyD, BCB, an internationally known expert in biofeedback and sport and performance psychology, wants us to know.

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What Is Biofeedback and How Does It Work?

Biofeedback is a mind-body technique that involves using visual or auditory feedback to gain control over involuntary bodily functions such as blood flow, blood pressure, and heart rate.

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Managing Chronic Pain Without Drugs

An estimated 2 million Americans are hooked on prescription painkillers, along with another 600,000 hooked on heroin. As the damage of opioids becomes clear, doctors are increasingly looking for alternatives for managing pain.

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Mind-Body Intelligence: How to Manage Your Mind Using Biofeedback & Mindfulness

Coach and therapist Glyn Blackett proposes that emotional well-being and optimal mental performance are founded on skills in regulating the physiology that underlies mental states.

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Using Objective Data to Improve Performance

Psychologists are using biofeedback to help clients identify and change their physical responses to stress and more.

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Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: Calming the Fear-Driven Brain

Working with the circuitry of the brain to restore emotional health and well-being.

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