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Involuntary functions such as breathing rate, blood pressure, heart rate, skin temperature, muscle contract, sweating, etc. are tracked by biofeedback therapy. Physical stress and heightened involuntary responses is the common consequence of alcohol withdrawal symptoms. With biofeedback therapy, a person can be trained to treat common withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, restlessness, depression, and chronic muscle pain.

The biofeedback machines feeds back to the person the current state of their body functions. Thus, if a person’s heart rate is depicted by a pulsing light on the computer monitor, and it is pulsing quickly – this can be an indicator to the person to engage in exercises that relieve their stress that will eventually lower their heart rate. In accordance, the pulsing light on the monitor will slow down as well. Some of the relaxation techniques that a professional can use in biofeedback therapy are – mindfulness meditation, progressive muscle relaxation, and guided imagery.

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How long is a biofeedback therapy session for Alcohol Addiction?

A session can last from 30 minutes to an hour.

Is Biofeedback therapy safe for Alcohol Addiction?

Biofeedback is generally safe, but may not be advisable if you have heart conditions or skin conditions. Therefore, it is best to get a medical check-up done before trying biofeedback therapy.

How many numbers of sessions are required?

Although it depends on the individual’s severity of alcohol addiction and their response to the biofeedback therapy session, usually, someone with a mild addiction may require 10 sessions to see results, while someone with a severe addiction may require 50 sessions.

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