HeartMath for the dying?

I’ve been away from using the Freeze Framer for “achieving heart coherence” for the past couple of weeks–too much running around. Earlier it had occurred to me that a biofeedback mechanism like this might be useful for helping terminal cancer patients overcome anxiety–one of many symptoms common to dying patients.

But I realized that this exercise takes solid concentration and the ability to focus your attention on a couple of things at once–the very things that would likely be difficult for anyone in pain or heavily medicated as many dying patients may be. And I realized that if I get afraid to do it–because I feel insecure about my performance–how would people so intensely engaged in facing the greatest challenge of their lives ever be able to focus?

But I still wish they could do some research.