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Anxiety Treatment

Biofeedback Health Services in New York City treats anxiety by teaching self regulation through the use biofeedback modalities like heart rate variability (EKG) training, combined with diaphragmatic breathing, galvanic skin response, surface electromyography (SEMG), and electroencephalogram (EEG).

 

In addition to counseling, our therapists use guided imagery and visualization in our treatment to quiet the mind and stimulate the senses, to bring clarity to your thought process, and to give you a sense of control by letting go of fearful thoughts. We also treat anxiety using sound meditation via quartz crystal bowls.

 

Anxiety, as defined by Healthline, “is a bodily response to a perceived threat or danger. It is triggered by a combination of biochemical changes in the body, the patient's personal history and memory, and the social situation.

 

Healthline continues: “Anxiety is related to fear, but it is not the same thing. Fear is a direct, focused response to a specific event or object of which an individual is consciously aware. Most people will feel fear if someone points a loaded gun at them or if they see a tornado forming on the horizon. They also will recognize that they are afraid. Anxiety, on the other hand, is often unfocused, vague, and hard to pin down to a specific cause.

 

Sometimes anxiety experienced in the present may stem from an event or person that produced pain and fear in the past. In this experience, the anxious individual may not be consciously aware of the original source of the feeling. Anxiety has an aspect of remoteness that makes it hard for people to compare their experiences. Whereas most people will be fearful in physically dangerous situations, and can agree that fear is an appropriate response in the presence of danger, anxiety is often triggered by objects or events that are unique and specific to an individual. An individual might be anxious because of a unique meaning or memory being stimulated by present circumstances, not because of some immediate danger.”