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Biofeedback is a newcomer to the therapeutic world that has grown tremendously in popularity in the last ten years or so.
Biofeedback and relaxation training (see Chapter 5) are also among these shorter-term approaches.
Biofeedback therapy gradually enables individuals to become aware of certain physical changes in their bodies.
Similarly, biofeedback, hypnosis, and meditation emphasize the central role of mental control.
Biofeedback can help many people gain control over habitual, automatic processes.
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A training technique by which a person learns how to regulate certain body functions, such as heart rate, blood pressure, or brain wave patterns, that are normally considered to be involuntary. The person learns by watching special monitoring instruments attached to the body that record changes in these functions.