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Benefits of Biofeedback

18/06/2021 08:00

When you take another step or wave your hands you control these actions. There are some other body functions that are controlled by your nervous system. You never think about making your heart beat faster, it just happens.

Biofeedback training is used to help prevent or treat conditions, including migraine headaches, chronic pain, incontinence or high blood pressure. It is a technique that can help you to gain more control over involuntary funcions of your body.

The idea behind biofeedback is that, by harnessing the power of your mind, you can gain more control over your health.

 Benefits of Biofeedback

The working of Biofeedback Training

Certified Biofeedback Technicians do know that biofeedback promotes relaxation, which can help relieve a number of conditions that are relatod to stress.

During a biofeedback session, elecctrodes are attached to your skin. Some train

finger sensors can also be used. These electrodes send signals to a monitor, which desplays a sound, flash of light, or image that represents your heart and breathing rate, blood pressure, skin temperature, sweating, or muscle activity. Everything what is important.

Imagine that you’re under stress, your heart rate speeds up, your muscles tighten, your blood pressure rises, you start to sweat and your breathing quickens. You can see these stress responses as they happen ont he monitor and then get immediate feedback as you try to stop them. These Biofeedback sessions are typically done in a specialist’s office and a computer programs connect the biofeedback electrodes to your own computer.

The Certified Biofeedback Technician helps you to practice relaxation exercises, to control differenct body functions. As an example, you should use a relaxation technique to turn down the brainwaves that activate when you have a headache.

There are different relaxation exercises are used in a training, like:

  • Mindfulness meditation
  • Progressive muscle relaxation
  • Deep breathing
  • Guided imagery

Every change in your heart rate, blood pressure or muscle tension you’ll see them ont he screen. The most important lesson is that you’ll learn how to control these functions on your own so you won’t have to use biofeedback equipment.

What Biofeedback can be used for?

Biofeedback can be used to help many different conditions. Like as:

Chronic pain: the therpy will guide you to identify tight muscles and then learn to relax those muscles. It may help relieve the discomfort of conditons like low back pain, abdominal pain, temporomandibular joint disorders and fibromyalgia. Biofeedback can benefit people of all ages.

Headaches: Stress, muscle tension can trigger migraines and other types of headaches or make headache symptoms worse. Biofeedback training can ease stress to reduce both the frequency and severity of headaches. Biofeedback seems to be beneficial for headaches when it combined with medications.

Anxiety: Biofeedback’s most common uses is anxiety relief. It lets you become more aware of your body’s responses when you’re stressed and anxious. You can learn how to control those responses.

Other biofeedback uses include:

  • High Blood Pressure
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Epilepsy
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Asthma
  • Injury
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder