Biofeedback Supports Stress Management

Updated: Jun 25

Biofeedback therapy helps patients to understand how they involuntarily react to stress and understand how their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors interact with one another. Many of our body’s responses occur on a subconscious level. When we are nervous, tense or under severe emotional stress, these involuntary functions can lead to distress in the body. Biofeedback therapy the body’s subconscious responses to emotional and physical stress. Data collected during biofeedback therapy, provide medical professionals with the information needed to design an individualized treatment plan to address the patient’s specific needs.

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