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Progressive muscle relaxation is a systematic technique for managing stress.Start by getting into a comfortable position. Close your eyes. Place the feet flat on the floor, legs uncrossed and your hands resting comfortably at your side or on your lap. Begin by noticing your breathing, noticing your abdomen rise and fall with each breath.
Acupressure points are places on the skin that are especially sensitive to bioelectrical impulses in the body and conduct those impulses readily.Two acupressure points that are very effective for stress and and promoting relaxation are the third eye acupressure point and the sea of tranquility acupressure point. Also, a new set of techniques for promoting relaxation are referred to as Energy Psychology techniques and ‘meridian therapies’ since they work with the qi that flows through the body’s meridians.
Meditation consists of several styles and techniques. Here are two easy methods for beginners.
Grounding: Sit comfortably on a chair with your feet flat on the ground, place palms on your lap and close eyes. Focus on a particular point, inhale and as you exhale mentally let go of anything that is causing stress.
Benson's Technique: This involves the repetition of a word or phrase tagged with passively disregarding thoughts that come to you during the process.
Breathing is a powerful trigger to relaxation. These 3 simple breathing exercises will help you relax better.
Belly Breathing: Lay down, place one palm on your chest, the other on your waistline. Slowly inhale through the nose and exhale through the mouth.
Counting Breaths: Lay down, inhale through the nose, hold your breath for 6 or more seconds and exhale from the mouth.
Qigong exercises: Sit straight, bring palms towards chin as you inhale and push them towards the ground when you exhale.