Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Practice Relaxation

Here's anothr way to get rid of stress
Practice Relaxation
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Training Relaxation equals energy. Because a relaxed body conserves energy, there remains more stored energy to be used on demand. Do you balance periods of activity with times of relaxation? It isn't a luxury, it's a necessity. Inner relaxation means being comfortable with 'who you are'. By becoming more aware of your patterns of behavior and learning your reactions to stress, you may be able to learn how to approach pressure situations with a more relaxed attitude. The next time you encounter a stressful situation, be mindful of your reactions. As you relax, more choices open up to you, so you needn't react automatically in negative, habitual ways.
Dealing with body stress often simply means dealing with the evident symptoms that are seen in the body. For example, when you see rapid, shallow chest breathing, you can counter that with the practice of more relaxed breathing technique. Or when you notice tense muscles in various parts of the body, you can practice systematically relaxing the muscles by consciously loosening the muscles that seem to be tense.

1 comments:

foongpc August 28, 2009 at 3:34 AM  

Great article, blue! I've to be more conscious of my breathing now. Every time I feel my breathing is too rapid and shallow, I know I'm stressing out and need to breathe deeper and slower and relax : )

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