When trying to stay clean, it can help to be able to control body functions that we consider involuntary such as how fast we breathe or our pulse rate.
Biofeedback Therapy works on helping the substance abuser consciously take charge of their mind and body functions.
This information can also be transmitted back to the body of the patient. The information relayed can help the patient to use relaxation exercises in order to gain control over how their body responds during stressful situations, which can cause withdrawals and cravings.
The process starts with placing of sensors on the skin of the patient. These sensors are connected to the special medical device which furnishes the medical professionals providing the treatment "feedback" on the patient's "bio" signs.
This technique can help people control their responses to body functions. This will the show what is needed on the patient's treatment and the doctors can design that.
Many of our body responses are involuntary. These unconscious body functions can add to the agony we are going through when we are experiencing intense pressure. The body's reaction to stressful physical and emotional situations can be monitored using biofeedback therapy.
Some of these body responses are:
When a person uses drugs or alcohol, they can experience more physical stress and the rate of some involuntary responses may increase. Withdrawal symptoms during detox like nervousness, hopelessness, unrelenting muscle pain and agitation can be treated using Biofeedback therapy.
The patient can read for themselves the results produced by the Biofeedback machines. For example, the heart rate of an individual could have the looks of a pulsating light or an image on a computer screen. The patient needs to be calm and relax when the pulse on the machine shows that the heart rate is faster than normal. The pulsating light or image on the screen will slow down simultaneously as the heart rate does.
EEQ treatment (another name "neurofeedback") is a subdivision of biofeedback medicine that aims at calming overstimulated brain. Normal brainwave patterns can become disrupted with the continued use of alcohol and drugs over a period of time. When the patient is undergoing stress or experiencing unhappy and unsettling issues, the brain might send out these irregular signals. Neurofeedback, one of biofeedback methods, can facilitate restoring brain activity to proper level, that was before drugs use.
Neurofeedback therapy can help recovering users to develop techniques that they can use to stay clean when coupled with other treatment methods.
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A health expert with special tools is usually the one to administer the biofeedback therapy. You can avoid visiting at a treatment facility, and carry out a Biofeedback session at home using the App on your smartphone. facility.
It takes less than an hour for one remedy session. An addict having not that severe form of addiction may require just 10 biofeedback treatments to show effective outcomes. An increase in the therapy sessions will definitely increase when you have used the drugs for long.
One of the main advantages of biofeedback therapy is its non invasiveness. Biofeedback therapy might work for those with severe withdrawal symptoms. Biofeedback therapy is a treatment which is free from medications and therefore, is also helpful for women recovering from addictions during their pregnancy.
When coupled with neurofeedback therapy, this method can provide a mental advantage to a person recovering from an addiction.
A recovering user will be able to feel like they are more in control of their body when they understand how the use of drugs affects their minds and bodies and what they can do to counter these effects.
Biofeedback treatment may be very helpful for patients with intellectual problems caused by use of drugs and alcohol. The following three are just a few of mental problems: obsessive compulsive disorder (known as OCD), posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Off-site and on-site recovery schemes containing biofeedback medicine may be helpful for the addicts in determining their treatment requirements. Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is one recovery technique that if used together with Biofeedback can yield positive results to the patient. Other treatment techniques like music and art applied together with Biofeedback therapy give excellent results.
A number of treatment centres can offer comprehensive addiction treatment plans, which include various treatments along with biofeedback therapies. Have a discussion with an addiction specialist to begin overcoming your addiction today, call 0800 246 1509.