www.bfe.org/links.html for the Biofeedback Foundation of Europe. This site has Links to many organizations that are information sources on health, the mind/body connection and related fields of study such as the American Holistic Health Association (AHHA) at www.ahha.org/ .
Their information is for both professionals and the general public, with articles such as: Taking Control: Strategies to Reduce Hot Flashes and Premenstrual Mood Swings and Take Two Dreams and Call Me in the Morning.
www.news.wisc.edu/packages/emotion/6205.html Dali Lama visits UWM and works with Wisconsin neuroscientists to find ways to collaborate on research on meditation. The hope is that different types of Buddhist meditation can be used outside of the religious context to improve mental and physical health.
www.news.wisc.edu/packages/emotion/index.html This page has a brief article on the nature and purpose of research on the neurobiology of emotion. It has links to informative new and archived articles and related websites.
Biofeedback article This excellent summary is taken from the Gale Encyclopedia of Psychology. The site is Find Articles and makes available numerous articles in all fields of health taken from professional and news magazines.
Summary of Biofeedback is a reprint of an article by Betty Runck for the National Institute of Mental Health. It gives a down-to-earth explanation of biofeedback, its uses, how to decide if it’s for you, and how to get the most out of it.
www.mindandlife.org/ This site promotes a working collaboration and research partnership between modern neurosciences and Buddhism. Articles are of interest to both scientists and the general public.
www.news.wisc.edu/packages/emotion/index.html Of interest mainly to professionals.
www.biofeedbacksocietyil.org/ Is only for professionals using biofeedback in Illinois. There are no articles, but it sometimes lists professional conferences.
www.isnr.org/index.html This site had excellent information for the general public and professionals regarding neurofeedback for ADD, addictions and depression.
www.expertsinmind.com/ represents the Institute for Inner Resources: Michigan Institute for Neurobiofeedback. Its goal is to use a cognitive-behavioral learning strategy to teach patients how to normalize their brainwave patterns without relying on medications.
www.japmaonline.org/cgi/content/abstract/91/3/132 Effect of Biofeedback-Assisted Relaxation Training on Foot Ulcer Healing is of interest to diabetics and others with circulation problems.
www.snr-jnt.org/journalnt/jnt(1-1)7.html is an article by Thomas Rossiter and Theodore La Vaque describing research on the use of EEG biofeedback in helping people with attention deficits and hyperactivity gain better self-control to improve their quality of life.
healthlink.mcw.edu/article/965939384.html Is a brief article for the general public on biofeedback and other non-prescription techniques to help kids with migraine.
www.taichihealth.com/tcfinstruct.html lists BSW member Shelly Vanness as a Tai Chi instructor. It explains how Tai Chi can help with many of the conditions we address with biofeedback.
www.wisconsinmedicalsociety.org/health_news/wmj.cfm?volume=99&issue= 1 takes you to a site primarily for physicians and other professionals practicing in Wisconsin.
www.uwhealth.org/servlet/Satellite?cid=1058315266980&pagename=UWH% 2FHC%2FSpecialtiesAndPrograms%2FContentGroup2&c=uwhSpecialty&asset id=1058315266980 The UW-M Integrative Medicine site has articles for the general public with a focus on self-help.
www.enh.org/healthandwellness/clinicalservices/integrative/index.asp Evanston Northwestern Healthcare is an academic healthcare system affiliated with Northwestern University. Its mission is to include mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of the individual in their approach to healing.
www.usadrug.com/IMCAccess/ConsModalities/MindBodyMedicinecm.shtml is a down to earth readable article on the mind/body connection.
www.wipsychology.org Wisconsin Psychological Association
incontinet.com/headache.htm Article entitled “Biofeedback Can Help Headache Sufferers”.
www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=181072 Abstract of an article entitled “Psychophysiologic Therapy for Chronic Headache in Primary Care” with a link to the full text.
www.cfah.org/factsoflife/vol3no6.cfm for the article “Longer-Lasting Pain Relief Without Pills”. If you search “biofeedback” on this site there are about 30 recent articles available.
www.wicab.com/about/overview.html Biofeedback device that helps pts re-learn balance and be active with less danger of falling.
www.aboutibs.org/Publications/Biofeedback.html excellent article on biofeedback for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). It’s part of a comprehensive site on IBS with information on research, lifestyle, hypnosis and many therapeutic modalities.