Relaxation Techniques

Posted by marmara on January 2, 2019

First we will try relaxation techniques. Then talk of two different types of relaxation that can be used interchangeably. Breathing relaxation based on normal breathing rhythm of a person in a normal state (neither too fast nor too relaxed) is usually from 12 to 16 complete breaths per minute. When we face situations that cause anxiety, we have a shallow breathing or even breath based on the mobilization of the upper chest so that the lungs are ventilated only. Need for ventilation also involving the diaphragm, which is responsible for sending the air we breathe into the abdomen. This encourages fuller breathing and leads to improved blood oxygenation. It is what is known as diaphragmatic breathing which is what we exercise in consultation with the aim to serve as a preparation for muscle relaxation exercises as beneficial for all types of people and disorders. This is a simple technique that can be applied Any time you notice the tension or your constant acceleration such as any external threat that will cause symptoms of anxiety.

Follow these instructions to master this type of breathing: Sit or lie comfortably avoid falling asleep. Focus on movements that occur when you breathe the open eye. You will feel like your chest is lifted to take a breath and relax in expelling him. Now place one hand on the abdomen, take a breath and see how the hand moves upward, make a small pause and then let it out gently through your mouth until the abdomen return to the starting position.

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