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Healthy Computing: Move and Sway

We are often captured by the computer and we may sit for hours without leaving our workstation. We may even take our coffee break at the computer and continue to work while eating our lunch. This immobile work style may contribute to our discomfort...

Three Decades of Biofeedback

Back in the 1960s when experimental psychologist Neal Miller first demonstrated that the autonomic nervous system could be trained to alter some bodily processes, it was thought biofeedback would change the world. Miller's discovery uprooted the...

Biofeedback

Biofeedback is generally defined as the presentation to a person of ongoing biological information, such as heart rate, usually by means of meters, lights, or auditory signals, so that he or she can become aware of inside-the-skin behaviors...

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Explore Wellness in 2021