are too sensitive: biofeedback treatment of hyperexcitability
day workshop by DaniŽlle Matto
Hyperexcitability, an excessive reaction to stimuli, can occur
in patients with stress, anxiety, trauma and SPS (Sensory
Processing Sensitivity), formerly called High Sensitivity.
Underlying is a state of hyperarousal, visible in the brain and
in the autonomic nervous system. Often these patients feel
helpless and tend to isolate themselves. With biofeedback
training it is possible to calm the autonomic nervous system.
Suitable biofeedback protocols are skin conductance down
training and heart coherence training. Additional techniques
include bio-energetic exercises for protection against stimuli
overload and Audio Visual Entrainment to calm the brain. This
workshop gives you an understanding of the psychophysiological
phenomena underlying hyperexcitability and the treatment
Understanding the psychophysiological phenomena underlying
hyperexcitability, learning to use biofeedback protocols, like
skin conductance downtraining and heart rate coherence training,
and audiovisual entrainment to treat hyperexcitability.
hyperexcitability, biofeedback, audiovisual entrainment
Date: March, 2018
Location: i-NFBF, Blonay,
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