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What is Biofeedback Therapy?

Biofeedback is a form of therapy that has been shown to be effective in helping people with SUD regain control of their minds and bodies during their recovery. 

Biofeedback uses electronic sensors and medical devices to provide valuable information about the body’s natural processes. This information can then be used by medical professionals to develop personalized treatment plans for each patient.

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Benefits of Biofeedback Therapy

  • Biofeedback is noninvasive, which is one of its greatest advantages.
  • Biofeedback can be a useful tool for those who have had adverse reactions to their addiction treatment medications.
  • The medication-free nature of biofeedback makes it ideal for pregnant women recovering from addiction.
  • There are many involuntary actions that take place in our bodies without us knowing.
  • But when we’re stressed, anxious, or in emotional pain, these involuntary functions become worse, causing more pain.
  • The goal of biofeedback therapy is to observe and track these subconscious physiological responses to both physical and emotional stressors.
  • This allows you to understand your involuntary actions and learn how to control your body’s reaction.

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Tracking Involuntary Functions

Biofeedback therapy involves monitoring a variety of bodily functions, such as:
  • Breathing rate
  • Heart rate
  • Skin temperature
  • Blood pressure
  • Sweating
  • Muscle contractions
These functions are monitored by biofeedback devices and presented to the patient in the form of visual signals like blinking lights or pictures on a computer screen.  For instance, if you see your heart rate as a blinking light on your screen, a blinking light means you need to practice stress-relief techniques to reduce your heart rate. If you practice relaxation exercises, as you do so, the blinking light or image will slow down as you practice self-control.

Treating Withdrawal Symptoms and Beyond

  • Biofeedback therapy can also be used to treat substance abuse withdrawal symptoms.
  • The effects of alcohol or drug withdrawal are often accompanied by increased physical tension and involuntary reactions, including feelings of anxiety, depression, persistent muscle pain, and insomnia.
  • People in recovery can use biofeedback to manage these symptoms and make the withdrawal go more smoothly.

Biofeedback Therapy Exercises

Biofeedback involves a range of exercises designed to help you recover. These exercises are designed to help you relax, focus on the present moment, and use positive thinking to help you regain control of your thoughts and body.
  • Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness meditation focuses on the relaxation of negative feelings and thoughts through mindful concentration. By paying attention to the present moment and not judging your thoughts, you can create a sense of peace and lower your stress levels.
  • Progressive Muscle Relaxation

Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PLL) is a form of exercise where you focus on specific muscle groups in order to relax them and increase overall relaxation. By tensing and then releasing each muscle group in turn, you can reduce muscle stiffness and feel a profound sense of relaxation.
  • Guided Imagery

Guided imagery is a form of visualization that focuses your mind on positive, calming images and scenarios. Whether you’re picturing relaxing scenes or participating in guided stories, you’ll be able to reduce stress levels in your mind and body.

Biofeedback and Other Addiction Treatments

Typically, biofeedback therapy is done by trained medical professionals with special equipment. However, thanks to advances in technology, specialized smartphone apps for biofeedback can be used to supplement supervised therapy sessions and allow patients to practice biofeedback exercises in the comfort of their own home.

Biofeedback sessions on-site can last anywhere from 30 minutes to one hour depending on the individual’s needs. Depending on the severity of your addiction, you may benefit from as little as 10 sessions or as many as 50 sessions depending on how severe your addiction is.

One of the best things about biofeedback is that it’s noninvasive. If you’ve had negative reactions to your addiction treatment medications, you may find that biofeedback is a great alternative. Biofeedback is also great for pregnant women who are recovering from addiction because it’s medication-free.

Combining biofeedback with other addiction treatment approaches, like cognitive-behavioral (CBT) therapy, can give you a mental advantage when it comes to recovering from addiction. By gaining insight into the physiological and psychological drivers of addiction, and learning how to modulate those drivers through biofeedback, you can reclaim control over your recovery journey.

Biofeedback therapy can also help treat mental health conditions that are often linked to substance use, such as ADHD, OCD, and PTSD. Treating these underlying issues with biofeedback can lead to more holistic and holistic healing.

Biofeedback Therapy : Empowering Recovery

Biofeedback therapy is a powerful tool for people recovering from substance use and mental health issues. By providing feedback on physiological responses in real-time, people can better understand their body’s involuntary functions and learn strategies to manage their reactions to stressful situations.

Biofeedback therapy is non-invasive and can help treat co-existing mental health conditions.The therapy can also help people on their way to recovery.

If you or a loved one is addicted to drugs or alcohol, contact a treatment provider today to learn more about biofeedback and discover a personalized addiction treatment plan that works for you. Start your journey to a healthier, happier life today.

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