Biofeedback therapy – There are three common types:
- Thermal biofeedback measures skin temperature
- Electromyography measures muscle tension
- Neurofeedback, or EEG biofeedback
EEG biofeedback is a specialized type of biofeedback that measures brain wave activity. It may help patients with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), addiction, anxiety, seizures, depression, and other types of brain condition.
During a biofeedback session, the therapist attaches electrodes to the patient’s skin, and these send information to a monitoring box. The therapist views the measurements on the monitor, and, through trial and error, identifies a range of mental activities and relaxation techniques that can help regulate the patient’s bodily processes.
Eventually, patients learn how to control these processes without needing to be monitored.
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Biofeedback is used for both humans and animals. The SCIO scans the client’s body like a virus-scan on a computer, looking for everything from stress links to viruses, deficiencies, weaknesses, allergies, etc. It reports on the biological reactivity and resonance in your body and indicates needs and dysfunctions caused by stress then creates an energetic pattern that will neutralize or offset it.
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