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Tag Archives: stress reduction
This exercise takes anywhere from 9-12 minutes, depending on respiration rate. The goal of here-and-now training is to be fully present – not thinking about the past or worrying about the future, but gently focusing attention on where you are … Continue reading
Many years ago, in a previous incarnation (in Houston Texas), I was a certified biofeedback therapist. Here’s an exercise I wrote for partners. Biofeedback for relaxation training does not necessarily mean being hooked up with electrodes to an expensive machine. … Continue reading
Dealing effectively with an anxiety disorder requires a two-pronged approach. First, we must develop a personalized daily routine for general anxiety reduction. This should probably include enjoyable physical exercise (with stretches – yoga is a good option), good sleep hygiene, … Continue reading