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Overview

Biofeedback is a beneficial form of treatment for those people who experience negative reactions to traditional treatment forms such as medications. It can also be the preferred alternative for pregnant women who are not recommended to be on medications. In order to help the individual overcome their physical and emotional distress associated with their addiction, the biofeedback professional would help the individual to engage in various different forms of relaxation techniques such as – Mindfulness meditation, in which the individual is encouraged to let go of negative emotions while focusing on peaceful thoughts, Guided imagery, in which the individual is asked to focus on pleasant and soothing images aimed at relaxing the body and mind, Progressive muscle relaxation, which allows the individual to relax by tensing and relaxing one muscle at a time. Biofeedback sessions can last from 30 minutes to an hour. For someone with a mild addiction, they may require 10 sessions to see results, while someone with a severe addiction might require 50 sessions. It differs for each individual.

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How effective is Biofeedback for Addiction?

Biofeedback is effective in managing withdrawal symptoms of addiction, enhancing emotional wellness, and reducing the chances of relapse.

Is Biofeedback for Addiction safe?

Biofeedback is a safe treatment option generally and may have some mild and temporary side effects. However, it might be risky for people with certain medical complications such as heart issues, therefore it is advisable to conduct physical examinations before considering biofeedback therapy.

How many numbers of sessions are required? 

The number of biofeedback sessions depends on the severity of the individual’s addiction as well as how responsive they are to the sessions.