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Biofeedback training can be useful for various conditions including tension headaches, chronic pain, high blood pressure, urinary continence, migraine headache, anxiety, addiction, and depression. It comes with a low risk of unwanted side effects as it does not involve drugs. Moreover, it is suitable for those who cannot use medications such as pregnant women, as well as those who wish to avoid medications.
During the procedure, electrodes are attached to the patient’s body through which information regarding the patient’s physiological states is fed to a monitoring device. The therapist, based on the information, has the patient engage in certain relaxation techniques and mental activities that help the patient regulate these states. Eventually, the patient learns to do so without the need of the monitoring device.
Biofeedback can be a useful treatment alternative for those for whom other conventional methods have been ineffective. It can also be used as a complementary form of treatment in addition to medications, therapy, and relaxation strategies. Biofeedback also helps empower the individual with tools and confidence to be able to deal with any stressful situation and emotionally regulate themselves.


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How effective is Biofeedback for PTSD?

Biofeedback is effective in reducing the severity of PTSD symptoms, enhancing cognitive functioning and emotional self-regulation in PTSD patients.

Is Biofeedback safe for PTSD?

It is considered generally a safe treatment option but it may not be suitable for everyone. Moreover, physical examination should be administered to ensure it is safe for the patient.

How many numbers of sessions are required?

The sessions can last between 30 to 60 minutes, and the number of sessions required depends on the patient’s condition and response to the biofeedback sessions.

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