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Chronic anxiety disorders are mental health disorders characterised by excessive worrying or stressing about upcoming events or aspects of one's life. Biofeedback for anxiety provides the individual with the feeling that they most desire, that is the feeling of being in control of the situation. When they are shown their physical symptoms, they are often taken aback by how their body is reacting. Later, when they are taught soothing techniques and shown how they can reduce their bodily processes using these techniques, they feel more in control. This can eventually help them gain motivation to control their racing thoughts because they now have evidence that things can be controlled. Because of its additional specificity, biofeedback training is included in behavioural treatment, which also includes relaxation training. Biofeedback is a nonpharmacological method of symptom reduction and Cadabams deliver the best of it by treatment using biofeedback for anxiety in Hyderabad by qualified mental health professionals.
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Does biofeedback help with anxiety?

There is strong evidence that biofeedback therapy can help to relax muscles and relieve stress, thereby reducing the frequency and severity of headaches. When combined with medication, biofeedback appears to be especially beneficial for headaches. Anxiety. One of the most common applications of biofeedback is anxiety relief.

What are some examples of anxiety biofeedback?

The three most common biofeedback methods are as follows: electromyography (EMG) Biofeedback is a technique that measures muscular tension as it changes over time. temperature or thermal Biofeedback monitors changes in body temperature over time. Electroencephalography (EEG): tracks the activity of brain waves over time.