Learn to effectively self calm, relax and re-balance your own nervous system

Offered in conjunction with therapy, biofeedback can help reduce anxiety, lift depression, and improve stress management. Biofeedback training teaches individuals to:

  • Become aware of stress effects,
  • Regulate their reaction to stress, and
  • Shift their internal state to one that renews psychological reserves

Mind-Body Interaction

The interplay between emotion, stress and psychiological activation can be seen here:

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This is particularly helpful to understand why we experience sleep problems, physical fatigue, and irritability during periods of high stress, and why we feel much better physically when we are experiencing positive emotions.  HRV Biofeedback training uses this to teach individuals how to become aware of stress effects before their reserves become depleted, how to regulate their reaction to stress in the moment, and how to shift their own internal state to one that renews our physiological reserves.

 

Psychological Outcomes of Biofeedback:

  • increased internal awareness
  • ability to self-regulate reactivity to internal or external stressors
  • ability to self-regulate mood
  • regained sense of control
  • increased control of pain level, stress level and other symptoms
  • less emotional and psychological agitation

Physiological Outcomes of Biofeedback:

  • correction of dysfunction or imbalance within the autonomic system
  • activation of the body’s natural relaxation response
  • deactivation of the Human Stress Response
  • less physical agitation

Feeling Stressed?

Learn more about how to better manage its effects on you. 

 


Considering exploring HRV Biofeedback for yourself?

Please visit www.heartmath.org for more information on the benefits of HRV Biofeedback.

 

My therapist taught me how to deal with my anxiety by using Biofeedback. It was easy for me to understand and really helped me learn how I can use my body to calm my mind and feelings. -A.N. Otsego

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