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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Resonant frequency biofeedback training to increase cardiac variability: Rationale and manual for training.
Thurber et al8-10 describes that biofeedback training greatly affect mental, emotional and behavioural9,10 aspects of human.
Facial biofeedback training in front of a mirror (mime therapy) and electromyographic biofeedback training are successful in preventing synkinesis.
20) Additionally, biofeedback training has led to significant reductions in the severity and duration of fecal incontinence.
Children also can be trained not to scratch their skin, and children over 5 years in the eczema program are offered hypnosis and biofeedback training to learn how to control their response to itching.
2001) Effects of biofeedback training on voluntary heart rate control during dynamic exercise.
Among their topics are post-traumatic headache, headache self-monitoring, the pathophysiology of headache, contemporary behavioral models, factors influencing treatment decisions, appropriate candidates for behavioral therapies, biofeedback training, and limited-therapist-contact behavioral therapies.
One exception is a study by Liu and colleagues [18] who reported that providing EEG biofeedback training to patients with OCD can improve their cognitive functioning as assessed by the Cancellation Test, the Clinical Memory Scale, and the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test.
But there is considerable evidence that supports the use of biofeedback as a nonpharmacologic therapy for chronic pain; patients with low back pain, chronic migraines, musculoskeletal pain, and other pain conditions have experienced reduced pain intensity and frequency with biofeedback training.
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