The effects of biofeedback-assisted relaxation on people with Type I, insulin-dependent diabetes. | Print |  E-mail
Friday, 15 August 2003
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Angela McGrady at The Medical College of Ohio studied the effects of biofeedback-assisted relaxation on a small sample of people with Type I, insulin-dependent diabetes, and found the intervention extremely promising. Significantly more members of the imagery group reduced their blood glucose by 10% after one month, and some decreased insulin intake. Anxiety and especially depression appeared to interfere with a positive outcome. (As reported in Alternative Health practitioner: The Journal of Complementary and Natural Care, Vol 3, no 3, Fall/Winter 1997.)

Citation: As reported in Alternative Health practitioner: The Journal of Complementary and Natural Care, Vol 3, no 3, Fall/Winter 1997.


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