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Biofeedback And Blood Pressure
You may have often heard people remark, ‘use your mind’ in relation to their telling you to do a certain task; however, in the case of alternate and holistic form of dealing with blood pressure problems, that phrase may well be the key to controlling and treating chronic high BP cases. Wondering how? Then, listen up – because biofeedback, the method of controlling and regulating blood pressure and similar stress related health problems requires the individual to do just that – use their mind power to control their bodies!!
Scientific research has proven that there are several autonomic body functions, like our pulse rate, temperature and BP that can be checked with only a little concentration; those from India will know the this is achievable and wholesome as they may have heard of yoga followers already benefited from using this scientific form of monitor the body’s basic reactions and controlling them.
During the beginner sessions for biofeedback, the patient does pulse monitoring; along with practising deep breathing, they also do BP monitoring and checking of the body temperature. These things combined together help to regulate autonomic functions. This is why biofeedback is often described as a type of complementary therapy and alternative to drugs as it provides total mind-body therapy and allows the patient to gain mind-over-matter to subsequently channel thoughts so patients can control their body.
For example, those suffering excess brain activity or analyzing things too deeply can cause high blood pressure due to the tension and stress that follows such activities; such persons can consult with a biofeedback specialist who can teach them how to use signals from special monitoring equipment for learning control over various body functions and their responses. These include muscle tension control, blood pressure control, heart rate checks besides brain and sweat gland activity.
Since chronic high Blood Pressure is caused due to uncontrolled stress and extensive scientific studies by Carolyn Yucha (a professor and registered nurse at University of Nevada, Las Vegas) has recently declared that patients registered a significant (up to 10 points) of their blood pressure by only thinking about it, relaxation techniques that are a part of normalizing the BP in any biofeedback session makes it a great alternate therapy as opposed to taking prescription drugs or taking up medication for controlling BP.