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Effect of Relaxation Therapies on Osteoarthritis
There are many types of relaxation therapies, and they use a variety of techniques. However, most of them share certain related features.
In a great many relaxation techniques, one begins by either...
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Effect of Relaxation Therapies on Generalized Anxiety Disorder
In many relaxation techniques, one begins by either lying down or assuming a relaxed, seated posture in a quiet place and closing the eyes. The next step differs depending on the method. In autogenic...
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Effect of Relaxation Therapies on Panic Disorder
A variety of relaxation techniques can help you ease your way through a panic attack. Examples include deep breathing and positive visualization. Many people with panic disorder have a faster than...
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Effect of Relaxation Therapies on Low Back Pain and Sciatica
Since many of us hold tension, emotion and (subsequently) pain in our backs, becoming aware of that pain and relaxing into it can help to relieve this tension that becomes low back pain/sciatica. The...
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Effect of Relaxation Therapies on Hypertension
Relaxation therapies may help counteract the stress response that can cause or worsen hypertension.
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What Are Relaxation Therapies Used for?
Relaxation therapies are most commonly tried in medical circumstances in which stress is believed to play a particularly large role. These include insomnia , surgery , chronic pain, and cancer chemotherapy .
A very specific form of guided visualization (described below) has also been used in an attempt to actually treat cancer.