Biofeedback is a form of alternative medicine that involves measuring a subject's quantifiable bodily functions such as blood pressure, heart rate, skin temperature, sweating, and muscle tension, conveying the information to the patient in real-time. This raises the patient's awareness and conscious control of their unconscious physiological activities.
By New York Times Science writer Jim Robbins. Includes excerpts and other articles by the author.
Description and video about its use in patients with chronic pain.
Collection of net links about biofeedback include information on research, definition, applications, webzine and training regarding this healing modality.
A Dutch Foundation established in 2007 providing a conference on Brain Computer Interface technology, and a listing of professional offices for neurofeedback and related modalities.
Reference list of empirical research on biofeedback.
In-depth coverage of Biofeedback. Types of Biofeedback machines, techniques, EMG, temperature biofeedback, galvanic skin response, electrodermal response, electroencephalogram, brain waves, relaxation techniques, and self hypnotism.
Resources including associations, practitioners and equipment.
The largest biofeedback and neurofeedback discussion message group and related Web resources: links to biofeedback sites, polls, meeting announcements, and biofeedback chat.
Explains levels of stress, how they become chronic, and the role of biofeedback in relaxation.
Research, videos, training courses, provider listing, and clinician community.
Neurofeedback research and clinical services. Information, articles, and case histories involving the treatment of wide variety of disorders with biofeedback.
Annual Neurofeedback Conference, publishers of the Journal of Neurotherapy.
The "Accommotrac" is an electronic instrument used by a doctor to teach a patient, by sight and sound, how to voluntarily control the eye's focusing muscle.
Research on autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) shows that neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback) can remediate anomalies in brain activation, leading to symptom reduction and functional improvement.
Psychotherapy.com description, history, uses and how biofeedback works.
Continuously running conference on neurofeedback and positive psychology. Lectures, workshops, and networking with other professionals.
A software program and community specializing in a new area of neurofeedback technology and methods.
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