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Biofeedback training in clinical settings

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Self-control of body functions by biofeedback training (BFT) has been developed and BFT is now employed in treatment over all medical sections as a complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). BFT is also useful in education and sports training. BFT uses electrical equipment to monitor very small signals from the body which are unrecognizable in usual life. Subjects are requested to learn physiology and the mechanism of BFT and then they make a voluntary effort to accomplish the stepwise task goal of BFT. This mini-review includes history and current application of BFT and also discusses future usefulness of BFT.


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