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Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers that Practice Biofeedback Therapy

Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers that Practice Biofeedback Therapy

Biofeedback is a type of therapy commonly used in substance use disorder treatment that uses a mind-body connection to regulate mood, control impulses, and increase self-awareness. It uses functions like breathing and heart rate to determine stress levels and help you regulate your body’s responses.

There are several different types of biofeedback, and many treatment centers integrate this therapy into their care services to treat the physiological aspects of patients’ substance use disorder. The process works by treating some of the physical and mental health conditions commonly associated with addiction, including but not limited to chronic pain, insomnia, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Biofeedback should only be performed by an experienced and qualified healthcare provider who is trained to measure and respond to physiological functions. This can include a psychologist, physical therapist, primary care physician, and others.

What Happens during Biofeedback?

Your healthcare provider places sensors on the body to measure a wide array of biological functions.

These may or may not include:

  • Heart Rate
  • Breathing
  • Muscle Activity
  • Perspiration
  • Temperature
  • Electrical Activity in the Brain

If any of these processes are abnormal or cause for concern, your healthcare provider will recommend techniques to regulate them. These may include changes in posture or movement, breathing exercises, muscle relaxation, or further clinical testing.

Why Is Biofeedback Done in Addiction Treatment?

Biofeedback therapy has multiple clinical benefits in addiction care. Your care team might conduct the therapy during detox to monitor your health during withdrawal.

It can also be used to determine the brain-body connection that may have been impacted during rehab. The process can measure how drugs have affected the brain and body or what physiological mechanisms contributed to substance abuse.

Finally, biofeedback can provide relief from physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms by helping doctors understand what part of the body is in distress.

When incorporated into a comprehensive treatment plan, biofeedback therapy can provide accurate and real-time information about the state of your body as you endeavor to reclaim your life from alcohol or drug abuse.