Do you feel overwhelmed by worry on a regular basis? Do you feel gripped by a sense of panic? If it hampering your daily activities? If your answers to these questions are “yes”, then chances are high that you might be suffering from anxiety disorder. Anxiety is nothing but, a natural response of your body to situations that are fearful to you. You might feel your heart beating faster or your blood pressure shooting up. If this happens quite often,then it’s troublesome.

Fortunately, this can be controlled with Biofeedback therapy.

What is Biofeedback Therapy?

You have control over the movement of your body and limbs but, you can’t control actions that go inside your body, such as your heart rate. These are controlled by your nervous system. Biofeedback is a technique that helps you to gain a control over these involuntary actions. The idea behind biofeedback is to let you control your mind and gain awareness of these involuntary actions. In this way, it empowers you to control your health. Biofeedback devices such as Feedback Thermometer, Electromyograph, Photoplethysmograph, Electrodermograph, and Pneumograph are used to scan your body’s response to anxiety. Accordingly, steps are been taken to reduce these symptoms.

How Biofeedback Therapy Manages Anxiety?

During a biofeedback session, electrodes are attached to your body to record your blood pressure,heart and breathing rate, muscle activity,and so on. When you are anxious or under stress, changes in these involuntary actions are measured.You can view this response to anxiety on the monitor of the equipment. The therapist then gives you immediate feedback to control these. A biofeedback therapist guides you to practice relaxation techniques and exercises to help you to control these stress responses. These techniques include:

  • Muscle relaxation
  • Deep breathing
  • Mindfulness meditation techniques

As you practice these, you’ll see an immediate drop in muscle tension and heart rate. As you get instant feedback, you’ll learn how to control your involuntary responses to anxiety.

A study published in Medical Journal of Armed Forces of India in 2007 shows that biofeedback therapy is efficient in managing symptoms of anxiety in patients diagnosed with various psychiatric conditions. This study was conducted on one hundred patients over a period of 8 weeks. It found also found that a combination of biofeedback therapy and pharmacotherapy facilitates a speedy recovery.

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