Theoretical implications and clinical support for heart rate variability biofeedback for substance use disorders
Current Opinion in Psychology, pp. 92-97, 2019.
•Substance use disorders affect bodily systems central to regulatory processes.•Heart rate variability is associated with substance use onset and maintenance.•Heart rate variability biofeedback may directly improve self-regulation.•Heart rate variability biofeedback warrants consideration as a treatment adjunct for substance use.
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