Bio feedback is a great way to manage your anger and control your stress level. It can give you freedom from the worry and stress that makes your life so difficult.
This is one of the best stress management strategies you will find, because it goes straight to your body and your subconscious mind where lasting change occurs.
With the EmWave Personal Stress Reliever, you are changing your thoughts, your breathing and your heart rate all at the same time.
That's why we recommend that tool above all others. But first, let's do an overview of this topic.
This information will definitely improve your well being.
The name tells you a lot. Bio refers to your body (biology), and feedback refers to information coming to you. So what we're talking about here is a technology that provides information about what is going on in your body.
Then, when you get that information you can start making positive changes to lower your stress, improve your breathing, relaxation and overall well being.
So, you can define bio feedback as:
The use of technology to provide auditory and/or visual feedback on physiological functioning that allows participants to make conscious changes to otherwise unconscious processes. Source: Wikipedia.
These are the most common forms of bio feedback:
Bio feedback can help you in a lot of different ways. Let's take a look at a few of those now.
Here are some of the main benefits of these stress management techniques--notice that every one of these will help you in controlling anger:
Now let's get to the most important part--the best bio feedback tool on the market!
I own one of these devices, and use it regularly! It is a great little hand-held unit, that you can take anywhere and use any time.
Here is what I love about the EmWave PSR:
I can't say enough good about the EmWave. I absoolutely love it, and recommend it unconditionally. You'll just have to try it and find out for yourself!
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