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The Complete Relaxation Book

Author : James Hewitt
ISBN : 9781448175598
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 44.12 MB
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Stress is a major cause of disease today. This book is a comprehensive guide to the art of relaxation for happiness, health and well-being. Based on over thirty years of study and experience, it offers a unique synthesis of Western therapies and Eastern mysticism. James Hewitt explains how to use practical relaxation techniques such as self-hypnosis and breathing exercises safely and sensibly. He shows how, if used every day, these techniques can help relax tense minds as well as tense muscles, and even open up the possibility of 'peak experiences'. He then focuses on particular Yoga, Zen and other Buddhist methods, offering a range of techniques that will enable readers to relax in the ways that are most suited to their individual temperaments and situations.
Category: Family & Relationships

Yoga Nidra For Complete Relaxation And Stress Relief

Author : Julie Lusk
ISBN : 9781626251847
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 21.51 MB
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Chronic stress is a silent assassin that can lead to a number of health and mental health issues, such as anxiety, weight gain, diabetes, and heart disease. In this book, holistic health expert Julie Lusk offers readers a powerful Yoga Nidra program to stop stress in its tracks. If you feel stressed out, you aren’t alone. Stress is a modern-day epidemic, and if you don’t make healthy changes to keep it under control, you could end up with a weakened immune system or a number of health and mental health issues. This book offers the solution: Yoga Nidra—a practice based on a lucid, sleep-like state of relaxation—focuses specifically on alleviating both the mental and physical manifestations of stress, so you can live a better life. Packed with meditations, relaxation skills, and visualization techniques, the ancient practices in this book will help you relax, reflect, and revitalize for unshakable peace and joy.
Category: Self-Help

Complete Relaxation Dvd

Author : Glenn Harrold
ISBN : 1901923967
Genre : Meditation
File Size : 27.1 MB
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On the DVD Glenn Harrold will guide you into a deeply relaxed state of mental and physical relaxation. In this very receptive relaxed state you are given a number of post hypnotic and direct suggestions to help you overcome stress and cope the pressures of modern day life. The absorbing hypnotic visual imagery combined with the powerful hypnosis audio track create a dynamic state for integrating suggestions and feeling relaxed easily. There are also a number of background echoed affirmations, which pan from left to right across the stereo range. These deeply soothing and potent methods of delivering multiple suggestions simultaneously to the unconscious mind can facilitate positive changes very quickly. The subliminal messages (printed on the back cover) that flash up on the screen every now and again are on screen for 1/25th of a second. You do not need to consciously read them as these phrases bypass your conscious awareness and are absorbed and accepted unconditionally by your unconscious mind. This DVD will guide you into a hypnotic trance state and then bring you back to full waking consciousness at the end. It is important to watch and listen to the session in its entirety. You need to create a time and space where you can watch the full 40-minute hypnotherapy session from start to finish. This unique hypnotherapy DVD gives you a compelling and effective way to take complete control of your stress levels and remain much more relaxed in your every day life.
Category: Meditation

Relaxation Kinetics

Author : Claude Bernasconi
ISBN : 9780323156998
Genre : Science
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Relaxation Kinetics focuses on the theory of relaxation kinetics (also known as chemical relaxation) and the experimental techniques used in the study of fast reactions. Topics covered include relaxation times in single-step, two-step, and multistep systems; small perturbations; and relaxation amplitudes in single-step and multistep systems. Chemical relaxation in complex systems is also described, and a complete solution of the relaxation equation is presented. This book is comprised of 16 chapters divided into two sections and begins with an overview of the basic principles of chemical relaxation, including the linearization of rate equations, relaxation times, and transient and stationary relaxation methods. The following chapters explore relaxation times in single-step, two-step, and multistep systems, as well as relaxation amplitudes in single-step and multistep systems. The possibility of linearization of a rate equation for ""small"" perturbations is then considered, along with the derivation of the complete relaxation equation. The next chapter discusses transient relaxation techniques and explains how the data are analyzed for the stationary techniques when dealing with the specific techniques. The second section is devoted to experimental techniques such as the temperature-jump method, the electric field-jump method, and the concentration-jump method. Ultrasonic techniques and stationary electric field methods are also described. This monograph will be a valuable resource for chemists and physicists.
Category: Science

New Directions In Progressive Relaxation Training

Author : Douglas A. Bernstein
ISBN : 0275968375
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 56.42 MB
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Bernstein and Borkovec wrote this guide with two purposes in mind. The primary purpose is to set forth in detail the therapist behaviors and skills necessary for the effective application of progressive relaxation training. Second, it is designed to be used in research on stress and stress management, psychotherapy outcome, and related topics.
Category: Psychology

Relaxation Meditation Mindfulness

Author : Jonathan C. Smith
ISBN : 0826127452
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 63.66 MB
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Category: Health & Fitness

Relaxation Techniques E Book

Author : Rosemary A. Payne
ISBN : 9780702050008
Genre : Medical
File Size : 50.29 MB
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Payne’s Handbook of Relaxation Techniques provides the health care professional with a practical introduction to a variety of approaches to relaxation, both somatic and cognitive, that may usefully contribute to patient care. Rosemary Payne is an experienced clinical therapist with a deep understanding of the problems facing the busy practitioner. In the 4th edition she combines her experience with that of Marie Donaghy, author, professor of Physiotherapy and member of the British Psychological Society. They aim to provide a quick and informative guide to selecting the most appropriate relaxation technique for each client. Payne’s handbook of Relaxation Techniques has with the past 3 editions established itself as a unique source book for all those health professionals involved in teaching relaxation. Each technique is easy to teach and use. Helping the clinician to select the appropriate technique. All the methods are suitable for use with both small groups and individuals. Focuses on the practical aspects of relaxation techniques in relation to patient care. Includes cognitive approaches (e.g., self-awareness, imagery, autogenics, meditation, and positive self-talk). Also includes somatic approaches (e.g., progressive relaxation, stretching and the Mitchell method). Provides ready-to-use schedules and scripts for working with clients. Discusses the pitfalls as well as the benefits of each method. Fully illustrated with both line drawings and photographs. Evidence-based text is supported by up-to-date references. Aimed at all Health Professions practitioners: Manual Therapists, Chiropractors, Physical Therapists, Complementary Therapists, Clinical Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Osteopaths, Naturopaths. Completely reorganized New author Updated throughout; references and latest evidence in practice New chapter on Mindfulness New photographs
Category: Medical

The Foregut

Author : Robert Giuli
ISBN : 9782742007219
Genre :
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Knowledge concerning oesophageal pathophysiology has until recently lagged far behind that of the pathophysiology of other portions of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract for reasons that still remain unclear. Yet, it is the fact that, at least until the last few decades, interest in the oesophagus was primarily based on pathologic anatomy. Even today, much remains to be learnt on the pathophysiology of oesophageal disease. The recent development of methods of studying both morphology and function of the oesophagus has resulted in a better understanding of normal and abnormal oesophageal patterns with a corresponding improvement in treatment, which is now physiologically, rather than anatomically based. As customary, the World OESO Congresses are planned to provide each time a thorough analysis of a specific topic in oesophageal disease. The 8th World Congress of OESO was devoted to the Foregut: Function and Dysfunction to emphasise the complex interaction between the oesophagus and the other portions of the upper GI tract, either in maintaining physiological function or in triggering oesophageal disease. The choice is a timely one because recent investigations have allowed new insights into the pathophysiology of these complex interactions to be gained. It is indeed becoming clear that there are intriguing pathophysiological abnormalities that account for upper GI symptoms and that more targeted therapy is needed to address the unmet clinical needs. Within this framework, specific sessions were devoted to disorders of secretion, of motility as well as of nutrition with a special emphasis on recent advances. Unlike some of the other publications, this volume does not merely represent the proceedings of an International Congress. With its now established and successful format, it collects the answers to 130 key questions, offered by 110 basic scientists and clinicians the world over, all of whom have personally contributed to the topic, in order to provide a glimpse of what may lie ahead. The easy-to-read format will allow the practising and busy physician to keep up efficiently with advances in diagnosis and therapy in this rapidly evolving field.
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The Complete Guide To Running

Author : Earl W. Fee
ISBN : 9781841261621
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 26.5 MB
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In The Complete Guide to Running, the secrets of Earl Fee, a world master's champion, are revealed that helped him achieve over 30 world records in running. This material is supported by hundreds of references. Fifteen chapters explain how to improve general physical and mental fitness with major emphasis on mental training, nutrition, physiology, inspiration, and motivation. Ten chapters reveal the how and why of running training for sprinting, middle and long distance, hurdles, and running in the pool. Athletes from 9 to 90 will benefit from this information since all are bound by the same training principles. Precautions and training are explained for the extreme young and old.
Category: Sports & Recreation