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Alzheimer's disease is a progressive disease with symptoms that worsen over time. In fact, scientists believe that the illness process could take ten years or longer before the first signs of Alzheimer's disease manifest. The ability to communicate your symptoms, as well as the opinion of a close family member or friend on symptoms and their impact on everyday life, are critical components of diagnosing Alzheimer's disease. Biofeedback is frequently used in conjunction with other treatments, such as medicine and relaxation techniques. Biofeedback is a mind-body approach that teaches people to notice the physical signs and symptoms of stress and anxiety, such as elevated heart rate, body temperature, and muscle tension, utilising visual or aural feedback. The ability to communicate your symptoms, as well as the opinion of a close family member or friend on symptoms and their impact on everyday life, are critical components of diagnosing Alzheimer's disease. Cadabams' skilled biofeedback therapists have years of experience and the essential skills to conduct therapy that quickly produces positive results.
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Is there anything that can be done to help someone who is suffering from dementia or cognitive decline?

Yes. If you or a loved one is having trouble with memory, attention, communication, thinking, or judgment, and you or they are feeling depressed or unwell, neurofeedback training can assist.

What does biofeedback therapy aim to achieve?

Biofeedback’s purpose is to make little changes in the body that have the desired effect. This could involve relaxing certain muscles, lowering the heart rate, or lessening pain.