biofeedback training

biofeedback training

A form of operant conditioning in which a patient learns to control certain conditions (e.g., headaches or high blood pressure) by receiving objective feedback—e.g., by a visual display, or the sounds of an ECG/EKG or EMG—related to the deranged condition.
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Finally, the third objective is to investigate the effect of physiological coupling, enabled using biofeedback training, on behavioural synchronization.
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July 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A brain training study conducted at the University of Louisville and published in the July issue of the journal Clinical EEG and Neuroscience showed that attention and behavior problems can be improved with just five hours of computerized FocusedAlert biofeedback training.
Interventions used with biofeedback training include guided imagery and breathing retraining, techniques shown to reduce subjective levels of anxiety (Goodwin & Montgomery, 2006).
None of the participants were pregnant, had a history of relaxation training, were prescribed medication for stress or anxiety, or had previously received any relaxation, meditation or biofeedback training.
They are helping to purchase equipment for women veterans at the Loma Linda VA who have completed the biofeedback training course.
Even though an increasing number of intervention programmes with solid methodological framework have been developed, with the focus of strengthening an athlete's coping skills and emotional states, only a few have used biofeedback training as part of the injury prevention programme (De Witt, 1980; Maddison and Prapavessis, 2007).
We added force platform analysis to confirm better balance performance of patients with DN in situations distinct from biofeedback training.
Adding biofeedback training and pelvic floor electrical stimulation did not improve on the results compared with the behavioral intervention alone.
Neurotherapy 1995;1:44-54), supervised the biofeedback training of almost 3,000 young criminals from 1970-1995 and was able to see much of the brain damage involved.
In addition to Bobath's neurodevelopmental therapy, Group I was treated with pressure splints for the upper extremity and Group II-with EMG biofeedback training, also applied to the upper extremity, three times a week for three months.
Washington, June 9 (ANI): Scientists may have found a new treatment for stage fright - a process called biofeedback training.