Breathwork may be used to regulate respiration, a common focus of biofeedback
. In technological approaches, respiration is measured by various devices (e.g., RESPeRATE) that provide feedback to the user.
Furthermore, by using these modern biofeedback
machines, certain paranormal powers can be developed by ordinary persons in a short period of time.
In Group I, biofeedback
therapy was performed 3 months before and 6 months after the surgery.
She desired nonsurgical intervention and completed a 5-minute session of pelvic muscle biofeedback
with the use of a vaginal EMG probe to monitor levator ani muscles and an EMG electrode patch to monitor the rectus abdominus/accessory muscle.
The primary focus of this paper is the study of real-time biomechanical biofeedback
systems that make the concurrent biofeedback
Vibrance consists of a main biofeedback
unit and three training sleeves.
There were significant differences after the treatments between the feedback and control groups for the factor scores for global PSQI score ( P = 0.01), Subjective sleep quality component score ( P = 0.01), and daytime dysfunction component score ( P = 0.02), which implied that the symptoms of sleep disorder were improved significantly through HRV biofeedback
The device allows subjects to use movement and muscle activation to control novel smartphone games--which were also developed by the researchers and can be played outside of the lab--making biofeedback
easily and constantly available.
The mean DVISS in 62 patients before and after biofeedback
treatment was found to be 13.08[+ or -]7.34 and 5.62[+ or -]5.51 (p<0.001).
[USA], July 27 ( ANI ): Turns out, biofeedback
, mindfulness, yoga, and hypnosis provide a promising approach to the very common problem of anxiety in adolescents.
has become a modality for the treatment of DV, DV has been associated with UTIs and VUR.
One group of rehabilitation devices that is being explored for automated rehabilitation is the biofeedback
generation devices .