breathing biofeedback

breathing biofeedback

the monitoring of breathing rate, volume, rhythm, and location by sensors placed on the chest and abdomen, used in the treatment of asthma, hyperventilation, and anxiety. The feedback is displayed to the patient visually and is used by the patient to learn to breathe more slowly, deeply, and rhythmically using the abdominal muscles.
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The acclaimed Stress Doctor by Azumio can help to reduce your stress using a slow breathing biofeedback technique.