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Biofeedback therapy uses relaxation strategies to combat stress. It entails manipulating involuntary functions such as cardiac rate, ease of breathing, and so on in order to modulate your body's stress response. Biofeedback is usually utilized to control stress-related disorders because of its effectiveness. Patients who receive biofeedback therapy gain insight into the dynamics of their behaviour when they are agitated, or when they are dealing with mood-altering situations, or when they are dealing with physical health issues. The treatment is then carefully organised by the biofeedback doctors/experts after they have determined the reasons for their individual conduct. Biofeedback specialists at Cadabam's Hospitals monitor important physiological functions and analyse other vital information in order to better understand and treat the patient's psychological behaviour and treat depression.

Biofeedback is a popular therapy and is used to treat schizophrenia and is proven to be useful by making the individual feel in control of what happens in his body. Electrodes are placed to your skin during a biofeedback session. These electrodes/sensors give impulses to a monitor, which shows a sound, flash of light, or image representing your heart and breathing rate, blood pressure, skin temperature, perspiration, or muscle activity as a sound, flash of light, or image. The different types of biofeedback are electromyogram, thermal, electroencephalogram, neurofeedback, electrodermal activity. Biofeedback therapy improves sleep and anxiety in patients with schizophrenia and is effective in all degrees- mild, moderate and severe of the disease.

Cadabams provides the option of biofeedback therapy conducted by qualified psychologists, In schizophrenia patients, biofeedback may help with clinical symptoms such as depression, anxiety, paranoid ideation, sleep problems, and appetite.

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How effective is biofeedback for schizophrenia?

Biofeedback therapy was found to be beneficial in treating varying degrees of schizophrenia, as well as improving sleep quality and anxiety in patients.

Who cannot use biofeedback?

People with severe psychosis or neurosis, individuals with a pacemaker or other implantable electrical device, disabled patients, and patients with psychopathic personalities are all discouraged from pursuing biofeedback therapy.

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