Biofeedback for Stress Reduction
Alternatives Brain Institute is backed with evidence-based research. Numerous studies have shown that major areas of the brain are reduced in size in those with extreme high levels of chronic stress. Affected areas are associated in memory, reasoning, decision making, emotion, and self-control.
As you can imagine, chronic stress also has negative effects on the immune system making us more vulnerable to diseases and emotional side effects like depression. It is estimated that 70% of all doctors visits are stress related -headaches, stomach pain, muscle pain, irritability and emotional distress are common stress related difficulties.
Consider the possibility of high stress levels that affects your mood and limits you from making everyday plans. HRV (Heart Rate Variability) Biofeedback for stress reduction acts to reset a person's nervous system, improving the body's ability to deal with stress. Breathing exercises, meditation, and other techniques improves a person's heart rate variability (HRV) along with the help of other biofeedback methods to optimize the calming experience.
Using Neurofeedback and Biofeedback for stress reduction can help you be your best with non-invasive trainings that are similar to going to the gym, but for your brain!
Chronic stress shrinks your brain and makes you sick.