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Chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts more than six months and interferes with a person's daily life. While physicians can treat the physical aspects of chronic pain, psychologists are uniquely trained to assist you in managing the mental and emotional aspects of this frequently debilitating condition. By combining relaxation techniques with the information provided, a person can gain voluntary control over these measures.A biofeedback evaluation will help you better understand how your body responds to pain. Biofeedback training will teach you how to use various techniques to counteract the stress response. Sensors are attached to the patient's body and a monitoring device during a biofeedback session. The device monitors various bodily functions such as breathing, heart rate, skin temperature, perspiration, and more. Many of these functions are performed unconsciously. However, the biofeedback process teaches people that these things can be consciously controlled as well. Cadabams has been one of the best service providers in executing biofeedback for chronic pain in Bangalore.
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How does biofeedback work in the treatment of chronic pain?

You are connected to electrical sensors during biofeedback, which allows you to receive data about your body. This feedback enables you to make subtle changes to the body, such as relaxing specific muscles, to achieve the desired results, such as pain reduction.

What do biofeedback techniques entail?

Biofeedback is a mind-body technique that teaches people to recognise the physical signs of stress and anxiety, such as increased heart rate, body temperature, and muscle tension, by using visual or auditory feedback.