Therapies

Relaxation

Mind-body intervention

Relaxation is reducing stress or an activity which allows a person to relax. People can often feel whether they are tense or relaxed. Relaxing is healthy. A person can relax by taking a hot bath or easily reading a book. One can also opt for effort. Sports can, due to effort, provide a lot of relaxation.


Description

Regular and adequate relaxing is a prerequisite for good health. The bow cannot always be tense. How people relax, varies per person and the effects of relaxation on health are also diverse. In general, it can be said that relaxation stimulates recovery and provides energy for future effort.

Sometimes it’s good to actively perform relaxation exercises. Especially if the tension has been built up in the course of the years. It requires practice to get rid of the tension then. There are several methods for learning to relax. Yoga, mindfullness and meditation can be very suitable.


Application

People are often not aware (anymore) that they are constantly tense. They are accustomed to the fact that their body feels stiff and that they have stomach or back pain or wake up tired. Too often, people don’t link their symptoms to their situation and to stress.


Effect

Relaxing is important. People with a relaxed attitude to life appear to deal better with setbacks, are happy and enjoy life. Stress is bad for health and mood.

Relaxation is necessary to let body and mind recover from effort. When body and mind don’t get time to rest, tension and fatigue accumulate. Until it gets too much. People can handle much more, when relaxing in between. They better deal with stress, work and requirements.


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See also

Stress

Magnesium

Physical Exercise

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