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EPFX-SCIO System


The Ultimate SAJE Solution: Medicine Hat, Alberta
The Ultimate SAJE Solution - Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada How Does Biofeedback Work?

Patients who benefit from biofeedback are trained to relax and modify their behavior. Most scientists believe that relaxation is a key component in biofeedback treatment of many disorders, particularly those brought on or made worse by stress. Their reasoning is based on what is known about the effects of stress on the body. In brief, the argument goes like this:

Stressful events produce strong emotions, pressure rises. Normally, people calm down when a stressful event is over especially if they have done something to cope with it. For instance, imagine your own reactions if you're walking down a dark street and hear someone running toward you. You get scared. Your body prepared you to ward off an attacker or run fast enough to get away. When you do escape, you gradually relax.

If you get angry at your boss, it's a different matter. Your body may prepare to fight. But since you want to keep your job, you try to ignore the angry feelings. Similarly, if on the way home you get stalled in traffic, there's nothing you can do to get away. These changing habitual reactions to stress can cause pain or disease. Many clinicians believe that some of their clients have forgotten how to relax.

Biofeedback is a word used in biology to describe processes of communication that occur in the body. The body uses various languages, like hormones, neurotransmitters, and even electrical fields and frequencies (kind of like cell phone calls), in order to regulate activities between the brain, organs, glands and other parts. It is a treatment technique in which people are trained to improve their health by using signals from their own bodies. Physical therapists use biofeedback to help stroke victims regain movement in paralyzed muscles. Psychologists use it to help tense and anxious clients learn to relax. Specialists in many different fields use biofeedback to help their patients cope with pain.

The main purpose of this device (EPFX) is to do high-speed measurements of stress responses by showing your body the electrical shapes of 11,000 items at rapid speeds. All substances have a unique 3-dimmensional shape that have been measured and documented. Your body demonstrates responses to these shapes. Your responses may give interesting insight into factors that are causing problems or wasting your resources.

We have known that body is electrical for over 100 years now and doctors and researchers have used devices to measure the body's electricity since the ECG was invented in the early 1920's. The ECG is a standard device that measures changes to electrical resistance in the skin as the heart's electrical properties shift during the different phases of each heartbeat. ECG's were first invented in the early 20's so we're dealing with principles that have a long history. The EEG device is another example. It measures brainwaves, which may indicate states of arousal and activity in various parts of the brain. There are many other devices that now exist that measure or use electrical field effects to gain diagnostic or pre-diagnostic insight into the body's function. For instance, ultrasounds and MRI devices both use magnetic or electromagnetic frequencies to visualize structures or functions in the body. Most would agree that these and other biophysical devices are beginning to dominate modern medicine diagnosis.

With the evolution of computers over the last 15 years this form of testing has become much more accurate and relevant. The body reacts at speeds that only a computer can keep up with.

During a biofeedback session, I run a 3-minute test, and during this time the computer will be showing your body 11,000 different items. The great thing is that we don't know what is being shown so we cannot consciously interfere with the results. The results are accurate however, we may not always know the significance of your body's reactions since it is managing trillions of things per second and is simply beyond comprehension. Once the test is done, I run programs to reduce stress in all areas of your body, manage any pain you may have and re-educate your muscles. It's a simple painless process with remarkable results.


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