Muscle Relaxation You Can Do
The relaxation response gives you many good effects. Deep relaxation is one. There are also benefits from the slowed breathing and reduced rate of heartbeat. Blood pressure decreases and levels of nitric oxide are increased. With regular practice, these can be lasting effects. The best part is, you can do this relaxation everyday—any time you feel tense or anxious.
If you would like to learn more relaxation techniques, read this article about whole body progressive muscle relaxation.
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This was easy to do, even just sitting here. I might have to print it out though, to remember the order of words. Then I can do it in bed maybe?
Yah, i’ll try it...ok
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