Recent Examples of biofeedback from the Web
The guideline said that non-drug therapies such as acupuncture (as well as physical and massage therapies, biofeedback and hypnotherapy) should be considered as first-line treatments for acute pain.
Some doctors are skeptical that this type of biofeedback using videogames can work as a therapy.
For example, in the third episode, Gideon uses a chair from the aerospace division of his company that reads biofeedback from pilots to monitor their stress levels.
An analysis by Spectrum of FDA records shows the agency has issued warning letters to neurofeedback and biofeedback device manufacturers at seven companies.
Maffetone, a renowned researcher and expert in exercise physiology and biofeedback, put together the formula—
That means that finding ways to reduce stress—including cognitive behavioral therapy, meditation and yoga, biofeedback, or even just getting enough sleep—may have a protective effect.
Integrative medicine incorporates traditional Western medicine with alternative or complementary treatments such as acupuncture, massage, herbal medicine, biofeedback and yoga.
Betsy DeVos, the billionaire school choice advocate selected by President Donald J. Trump to serve as education secretary, is a strong supporter of using biofeedback technology to help children and teenagers enhance their performance in school.
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First Known Use of biofeedback
BIOFEEDBACK Defined for English Language Learners
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