Stress and the Art of Biofeedback
Provides useful concepts and procedures, derived from experimental research and clinical practice, involving the use of biofeedback to treat various physiological disorders and, especially, to relieve conditions related to stress
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What Is Biofeedback?
Muscle Tension and Relaxation
Clinical Uses of EMG Biofeedback Relaxation
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