Correct heart piercing and act


In our fast-paced world, people complain more and more of chest pain or heartache. These can occur in a variety of forms in men and women. Therefore, it is very important to clarify the symptoms as soon as possible.

There are a variety of causes that can trigger heart piercing. These causes range from harmless muscular tension, diaphragmatic spasms, or pulmonary function disorders, to numerous other diseases, such as: As esophageal diseases (including esophageal tumors, esophageal tears or gastritis) to an imminent heart attack.


Depending on the type and frequency of the pain, various examination methods and therapies are available:

A vascular occlusion is treated, for example, with the lysis therapy.

Surgery in the form of heart surgery is possible as well as a

PTCA (Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty), which serves to dilate constrictions in the coronary arteries.

Therapies are usually supported by medication and are used to calm and relieve pain or to dilute the blood.

If the causes of heart piercing are muscle tensions or even of a psychological nature, special neuro and biofeedback methods help to improve the general state of health and have a targeted effect even without taking medication.

Those affected experience relief from general relaxation, learning to relax their muscles and stabilize their minds. The heart piercing disappears - if you will - in a very natural way.

 

What is meant by neuro and biofeedback methods?
Biofeedback - a scientifically recognized method of behavioral therapy


Biofeedback is a method in behavioral medicine in which patients receive feedback about their behavior. Processes that are normally subconscious are measured with the help of sensors and made comprehensible via optical and / or acoustic signals.

Biofeedback teaches you to consciously and purposefully achieve behaviors such as physical relaxation, tension and relaxation of certain muscles, or even a reduction in negative stress sensations.

This is done by controlling your breathing, muscle tension, heart rate, blood flow and sweat gland activity - all functions of your body that reflect the current state of certain parts of your nervous system.

The German Society for Biofeedback e. V. defines the procedure as a science-based instrument of behavior therapy and behavioral medicine.

Psychophysiological processes, which are anchored in the subconscious, are made perceptible by a feedback. The skin-mounted sensors measure body functions such as respiratory rate, heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature, skin resistance and muscle tension. (Read more about this topic in our information portal: Biofeedback)

 

 

Neurofeedback - What is it?

Neurofeedback (also known as EEG feedback) is used both for diagnosing and as a form of therapy. It is a special form of biofeedback and is a technological tool that allows almost any human being to specifically control brain activity. (Read more about this topic in our information portal: Neurofeedback)