Biofeedback and Applied Psychophysiology combine knowledge of human physiological functioning with advanced technology to improve health, well-being, and quality of life. Biofeedback involves the use of instruments or computers that can measure very small changes in physical functioning and then feed that information back through visual or audio signals that we can detect and understand.  These biological signals are used in combination with training techniques to teach people to improve their health and performance.  Biological functions that are commonly measured and can be trained for improvements include muscle tension, heart rate, vagal tone, blood pressure, respiration, skin temperature, peripheral blood flow, brain wave activity, and sweat gland activity.  Biofeedback is very safe and at NeuroThryve we use only FDA approved equipment.