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biofeedback

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbiofeedbackbi‧o‧feed‧back /ˌbaɪəʊˈfiːdbæk $ ˌbaɪoʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  a method of helping people to relax by teaching them to control their heart rate, breathing etc, using an instrument attached to the body
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biofeedbackAlthough biofeedback and hypnotism seem to benefit some patients, such services are not often readily available.This should be carefully looked for because it can be improved by biofeedback treatment.His own diagnostic machine called the Dielectric Diagnostic Analyser, employs computerised biofeedback techniques to determine energy disturbances at cellular level.Similarly, Miner, in a successful controlled biofeedback trial, encouraged patients to squeeze for at least 20 seconds.Conditioning the patient to relax these muscles through electromyographic biofeedback techniques has been attempted with some degree of success.More recently, biofeedback treatment has been suggested and reported to be effective in about two thirds of patients.Some athletic programs already use biofeedback.
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