About Biofeedback & Nervous System Wellness
Biofeedback is a training procedure that is used to address and rectify many common nervous system-related health concerns.
The conditions that biofeedback has successfully been applied to include excessive muscle tightness, respiration difficulties, elevated heart rate, anxiousness-related concerns, circulation disorders, and problems associated with chronic pain. During biofeedback training, sensitive instruments are applied to the skin which enable an individual to peer into their inner world and determine whether their nervous system activity is out of balance; and possibly contributing to the development of health disturbances. If nervous system hyperactivation is observed, biofeedback is then used to help return the nervous system back to a healthy state of balance.
- Tension-related conditions that are commonly corrected using biofeedback training include tension headaches, chronic tightness and muscular spasm, and bruxism (teeth grinding).
- Respiration difficulties include asthma, chronic hyperventilation, and emphysema.
- Cardiac-related conditions that are typically addressed include tachycardia, anxiety, elevated heart rate, and angina.
- Circulation-related disorders include chronically cold hands and feet (Reynaud's disease), high blood pressure, and migraine headaches.
- Conditions related to chronic pain include secondary muscle bracing, wind-up pain, and anxiousness.
- Other health disorders that have responded well to biofeedback training include thoracic outlet syndrome, repetitive strain injuries, sleep disturbances, skin conditions such as hives and scleroderma, and excessive sweating.
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Specialties: BiofeedbackClient Focus: Children's Health
, Men's Health
, Senior Health
, Women's HealthHealth Conditions: Angina
, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
, Bruxism, Teeth Grinding
, Gastroesophageal reflux disease
, Migraine headache
, Muscles, tight
, Sleep apnea
, Sprains and strains
, Tension headache