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Many people prefer to lie on the sofa first to unwind, relax and rest. He thinks that after a stressful day, sitting in front of the TV and doing a zoom will work. Instead, it is necessary to use the…

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Many people prefer to lie on the sofa first to unwind, relax and rest. He thinks that after a stressful day, sitting in front of the TV and doing a zoom will work. Instead, it is necessary to use the method of opening the deep resting channels of our body, which will be more effective. With this method, we activate a state of deep rest that puts stress, slows our breathing and heart rate, lowers blood pressure, and rebalances our body and mind. For this, you can use relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, yoga, meditation, rhythmic exercise or tai chi.

Whether you want to pay for a massage or acupuncture session with a professional or you can use most relaxation techniques at home for free and on your own. However, there is no valid technique that works for everyone, you have to find the right one for you. It is useful to try many methods to decide which movements relax you. With trial and error method, you will find the one that suits you best.

If you include the method you have found into your life on a regular basis, you will have a more comfortable sleep, get away from your anxiety and stress, and increase your energy and positive mood. You will witness an increase in your general health and well-being.

Step 1 of Relaxation

Deep breathing is a simple but impressive technique. You need to focus on full, cleansing breathing. It is so easy to learn, you can practice it almost anywhere. Deep breathing is the cornerstone of many relaxation and stress reduction methods. You can use other relaxing aids, such as aromatherapy and calm music, to better focus while practicing the deep breathing technique. All you need is an environment where you can lie down in silence for a few minutes or just relax.

*How are the exercises done?

Sit on your back. Put one hand on your chest and the other on your stomach. Breathe through your nose. The hand that you put on your stomach lightly

should rise.

As you exhale through your mouth, contract your abdominal muscles.

feel The hand on your belly should go in as you exhale and your other hand should move very little.

Pay attention to breathing through your nose and mouth and count your breaths. If you have trouble breathing from your stomach while sitting, you can lie down.

-Muscle Relaxation

This relaxation technique is Progressive muscle relaxation, a two-step process in which we systematically stretch and relax different muscle groups in the body. You will feel the change in your body when you apply it regularly. You will see how it feels to you as well as complete relaxation. As your body relaxes, you will witness that your mind relaxes as well.

-How Do We Practice?

Before applying this method, you should consult your doctor first if you have a chronic illness, muscle spasm, back problems or serious injuries.

Start the relaxation with your feet first and then work your way up to your face.

Loosen your clothes, take off your shoes, and get rid of anything that is squeezing your body.

Keep taking slow and deep breaths.

When you feel ready, just focus on your right foot.

take a look at how you feel. Relax your foot, When your foot relax to the flowing tension

see how it is.

This time, shift your attention to your left foot. Follow the same procedure. Feel the different muscle groups contract and relax as they move slowly through your body.

Practice a lot at first and you’ll see that you’ve reached the end. intended

-Stage Body Scan

This meditation method is one where you focus on various parts of your body. Like the progressive muscle relaxation method, it starts with the feet and then spreads to your body. Instead of relaxing and tensing your muscles, focus on every part of your body without distinguishing between good and bad.

Lie on your back, cross your legs, relax your arms and focus on your breath for about two minutes until you feel comfortable.

Lie on your back, cross your legs, relax your arms and focus on your breath for about two minutes until you feel comfortable.

Try to feel your focus shift to your right foot.

Imagine the deep breath flowing through your toes.

Then shift your focus to the sole of the right foot. Adjust the feeling in that section and after a minute or two focus on your left wrist. Move up to calves, knees, thighs, abdomen, upper back, chest and shoulders. From there, go back to the same areas again.

After finishing your body scan, take note of how you feel and relax in silence for a while.

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