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Biofeedback

Introduction: Biofeedback

Description of Biofeedback

Biofeedback: A method of learning to voluntarily control certain body functions such as heartbeat, blood pressure, and muscle tension with the help of a special machine. This method can help control pain.
Source: National Institute of Health

Biofeedback: feedback loop consists of an organism, its response, and a method of detecting and displaying the response.
Source: CRISP

Biofeedback: Related Topics

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Biofeedback: Treatments

Biofeedback (treatment): See Biofeedback (treatment information).

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The term Biofeedback can be used for:

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