Resonate Frequency Breathing (RFB) is abdominal breathing that is relaxed, deep, and deliberate, akin to mindful breathing, and produces a meditative-like state that promotes optimal balance in your body and mind.
Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is essentially a measure of the ways in which our Sympathetic (“fight or flight”) and Parasympathetic (“rest & digest”) systems influence our heart rate. By monitoring your HRV, you can discover information about your autonomic flexibility, or how these systems interact with each other, and thereby strengthen your capacity to regulate your emotional responses to external stimuli.
Biofeedback is our body’s physical responses to stimuli. It is the way in which our body’s systems communicate with each other, and it also pertains to our assessment of these responses.
Understanding the nature of Implicit Memory can give us more control over our thoughts and actions, and therefore can serve as a powerful tool in addiction recovery.
Most people understand the general idea of independence, and it might even seem elementary. However, understanding what independence is truly IS the easy part. Understanding what independence is in a rehabilitation context is a bit more involved.
Most addiction recovery programs employ many tools that can help with addiction recovery, but let’s talk about one of the most critically beneficial and overlooked components – Strength Conditioning.
When families and communities have FREE motives, they build trust for each other, appreciate and value each other more, and take more positive action toward each other.
Dr. Avart’s addiction recovery program is highlighted in the Philly Voice. Get access to the linked article here.
Few public health officials and doctors in the state of PA would argue with the idea that opiate-related overdoses and deaths are on the rise in the Commonwealth. In fact, they have been for decades. It is now 2015, and things look worse than ever.