Published on April 3, 2014 by Diane Roberts Stoler, Ed.D. in The Resilient Brain

How Neurofeedback is different than Biofeedback?

o-CONCUSSION-facebookIn part one, I introduced neurofeedback as one of the chief methods that helped me regain my life again. Because of the results neurofeedback has given both me and my clients, I started this five-part series with this approach. Now that you have a basic understanding of how neurofeedback works, it’s time to dig deeper into what neurofeedback is, and how it is different than biofeedback.

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What is Biofeedback?

Neurofeedback is actually a subdivision of biofeedback, which is the global term defined as a method of providing information about how your body functions and learns ways to take control of itself. Biofeedback uses information gained by monitoring your body’s conditions (e.g. skin temperature, blood pressure, heart rate, brain waves) to promote control over normally involuntary bodily processes through conditioning and relaxation.

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