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Several interventions used in treatment of depressive symptoms can enhance cardiovascular risk due to negative impacts on autonomic balance. Decreased vagal tone and/or excessive sympathetic nervous system activity have been noted in patients with depression. Heart rate variability biofeedback...
A review of research to the present date yielded eight studies, with a total of 150 participants: three randomized controlled trials, three quasiexperimental studies, and two case studies. Findings showed improvements in attention, memory, executive functioning, and self-reporting of symptoms....
For musicians, performance problems often go unnoticed and ignored. Many arise from overpractice and incorrect body alignment, especially in the arm, hand, and fingers. Problems manifest physiologically as muscle tension, bracing or constriction, and anxiety. Retraining with surface...
The participant describes her experience with the year-long struggle with vulvodynia, or vulvar vestibulitis (chronic pain at the entrance to the vagina), focusing particularly on biofeedback techniques. Through an introspective analysis of her physical pain, surrounding environment, diet and...
Editor's note: This Personal Experiences article is intended to give us a glimpse into the perspective of one individual and her experience with biofeedback and neurofeedback. This is not intended to offer conclusions, recommendations, or endorsements of any kind—just a glimpse of one person's...
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