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Biofeedback Therapy is a treatment approach by which an individual is trained to control certain involuntary body functions. These functions could include heart rate, blood pressure, and more. The treatment approach is preferred because it is non-medicated and non-invasive. There are multiple types of Biofeedback therapy, including:
Respiratory Biofeedback
Brain Waves or Neurofeedback
Muscle Tension - Electromyograph
Galvanic Skin Response or Sweat Activity.

Biofeedback has been shown to be effective in reducing chronic pain, treating headaches, and reducing anxiety amongst other benefits. Biofeedback is beneficial because it is non-medicated and is more of a training method. Through this, the individual finds new ways to understand their illness and cope with the symptoms that come with it.

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What is Biofeedback?

Researchers have discovered that biofeedback increases relaxation, which can assist with a variety of stress-related disorders. Electrodes are placed on your skin during a biofeedback session. Finger sensors are also an option. 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.

Is Biofeedback Therapy effective?

Biofeedback therapy is effective in treating multiple issues like anxiety, headaches, chronic pain complaints and more. It is non-invasive and non-medicated, so has less chances of undesirable side effects.