Biofeedback therapy involves training patients to control physiological processes such as muscle tension, blood pressure or heart rate. Although these are normally involuntary processes a biofeedback therapist can help patients manipulate them and hence alleviate their symptoms.Search AgainRead More About Biofeedback
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Biofeedback therapy involves training patients to control physiological processes such as muscle tension, blood pressure or heart rate. Although these are normally involuntary processes a biofeedback therapist can help patients manipulate them and hence alleviate their symptoms.
For example when a person is stressed, their internal processes, such as blood pressure, become irregular. Biofeedback therapy teaches the patient certain relaxation and mental exercises which can alleviate their symptoms. Biofeedback is now widely used to treat headaches, high and low blood pressure, Raynaudís disease (a circulatory disorder that causes uncomfortably cold hands) and epilepsy.