Participant's Experience with Biofeedback: A Phenomenological Study

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Regent Champion Perez (Creator)
East Carolina University (ECU )
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Abstract: This research was used to identify participants' perceptions towards biofeedback on their physical health prior to , during , and after biofeedback participation. Understanding the ability of biofeedback to treat HTN is very important. It is also crucial to know what participant's thoughts and feelings are towards biofeedback therapy in order to understand the psychological and emotional elements that participants experience during their participation. In this phenomenological qualitative study , nine participants of paced breathing biofeedback exercises were interviewed to discuss how their thoughts and feelings towards biofeedback were impacted throughout the course of their participation. Participants were between the age of 18 and 35 with a family history of CVD.

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Language: English
Date: 2019
Biofeedback, Paced Breathing, Qualitative, Phenomenological

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