Pilot study tests biofeedback device in lowering grandmothers’ stress

Written on:October 10, 2013
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In a pilot study by Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, 20 grandmothers were able to lower their stress levels with a biofeedback device that tracks breathing patterns. According to U. S. Census data, the number of children living with their grandparents has increased 64 percent in the past 20 years…

Source: Medical Devices


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