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The Science of Biofeedback

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Mindgrowth. Breakthrough Techniques on Managing Stress and Relaxation Want to learn how to use biofeedback to manage stress and your response to it? Want to use "mind-body" medicine to reduce the torment of chronic pain? Want to teach yourself to fall asleep more easily and stay asleep all night? All this and more are taught in this superb program, which comes with the Basic GSR2 Biofeedback unit.

You get step-by-step instructions in using the GSR2 biofeedback unit in four programs. Each set consists of a workbook and two audiocassettes by a world-class expert in the appropriate specialty. In Stress Control, Stephen I. Sideroff, Ph.D., of UCLA teaches you how to control your experience of stress. In Breathing for Health, Eric Peper, Ph.D., of San Francisco State University offers superb instruction on how to breathe deeply and well to improve your health. In Sleep Well, Peter Hauri, Ph.D., of Dartmouth Medical School’s sleep disorders clinic teaches you to use biofeedback to gain skills that will enable you to fall into a deep, restful sleep. In Pain Control, Thomas H. Budzynski, Ph.D., helps you to understand your pain and control how it affects you through use of biofeedback skills. <br /><br />By tuning into your body’s reaction to negative stress, you can reduce it. A program of regular relaxation, guided and reinforced by biofeedback and by these cassettes and workbooks, can free you from stress and its life-endangering effects. You’ll sleep easier, breathe easier, and live easier.<br />The Science of Biofeedback. Includes Basic GSR2 Biofeedback unit, 4 workbooks and 8 audiocassettes in attractive binder.<br />


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