Biofeedback muscle training from home with your iPhone,iPad, android device or computer
App Demo Video
Short version of an EMG biofeedback training.
To reduce stress and its vegetative symptoms, an EMG biofeedback training can be performed by causing a reducing the muscle tone of certain "stress muscles" is aimed at. Typical stress muscles are the muscles of the forehead (M.Frontali), the jaw muscles (M.Masseter) and the shoulder muscles (M. Trapezius).
Specific muscle relaxation exercises can help to reduce the muscle tone of stress muscles. The electrodes are placed so that they can accurately measure the muscle. The closer the electrodes are to each other, the more accurate the measurement.
For muscle building and strengthening, various leads can be used. The closer the electrodes are to each other, the more accurate the measurement of the muscle. Larger muscle groups are measured with increasing distance.
During training, the muscle tone is increased, maximum values are increased, and endurance is improved. The tension phases are extended and strengthened with increasing training. It is important to also include sufficient rest periods.
Channel 1 and channel 2 can be cleverly combined for coordination exercises and targeted separation of muscle groups. For example, channel 1 can be placed on the muscle to be tensed, while channel 2 "monitors" a neighboring muscle so that it is not tensed during movement.
EMG biofeedback training offers a variety of possibilities for stress reduction, muscle building, and coordination exercises.
Important: If you are suffering from a medical condition, do not perform a treatment on your own and always consult a therapist. The eSense Muscle is not a medical device and may be used exclusively for stress reduction, muscle building, relaxation of tension and for coordination exercises to be used.