With an extraordinary partnership with the preeminent biofeedback company in the world, Unyte, we have created a sanctuary for the mind to focus on controlling impulses and anxiety to continually advance our therapy and curriculum when not in a group or individual session.
What is BIOFEEDBACK?
Biofeedback is a technique to control your body's functions, such as your heart rate. You are connected to a small sensor that help you receive information (feedback) about your body (bio).
This feedback is used to make subtle changes in your body (e.g. relaxing targeted muscle groups) to help you find relaxation, reduce pain, or a number of other benefits that you wish to achieve. Through biofeedback one learns the power to use the mind and thoughts to control the body.
INTERACTIVE MEDITATION @ BOLD HEALTH
At BOLD Health, we achieve our biofeedback results through "interactive meditation." We often get approached by clients wanting to mediate but not knowing where to begin. Unyte has created a guided interactive meditation that takes the guess work out of meditation and allows our clients to experience the health benefits of this powerful practice complete with feedback that shows how it works, and teaches mind and body control.
BENEFITS OF BIOFEEDBACK
Biofeedback is an evidenced based solution. Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is a measure of the variation in time between heartbeats and is considered to be a strong indicator of your meditative state. Research shows that a higher HRV means a relaxed nervous system state which allows more positive emotions, leading to improved health.
Research shows that biofeedback, in concert with a healthy lifestyle, can help in the following ways:
- Improve ability to handle adversity or stressful situations
- Decrease anxiety
- Stress management
- Reduce depression
- Improve responses to anger-inducing stimuli
- Improve sleep quality
- Reduce pain
- Improve gastrointestinal disorder symptoms
- Improve mood and psychological well-being
- Help fine-tune skills for optimal sports performance
For more information and research studies, please visit the Unyte website.