Relaxation And Meditation Technology
I believe that the ability to relax is a very important skill that everyone should have. Life in the modern Western world is very tense and stressful, both mentally and physically. This applies to high-technology and computer workers, who sit in front of the monitor for hours, resulting in a multi-hour stress of some muscles and joints. This also applies to other workers, such as those who spend a lot of time driving, especially with heavy traffic, which is very psychic. Nowadays, stress is a very common word, because people blame stress in many of their problems. It's hard for people to relax. In this article, I would like to gather five best ways in my opinion for a healthy (and legitimate) relaxation.
Relaxing machines 1: Breathe to relax and calm down.
Respiratory management is the basic skills needed to quickly calm down and relax. Consciously controlling your breath, you've been distracted for a while from stress. Some breathing appliances have a rapid sedative effect. I suggest the following breathing exercise:
- If possible, lie down or sit tight.
- Close your eyes and focus your attention on the nostrils, how the air enters them.
- Take a slow and deep breath through your nose. I want you to know that the air entering your nose is cold.
- Hold your breath for a few seconds, keeping your attention at the same point.
- Slowly and calmly breathe through your nose. Note that the air from the nostrils is warm.
- Just take a few minutes until you're worried, and you won't feel calm.
This exercise uses several techniques to calm you down:
- Close eyes and comfort are already a little relaxed.
- With slow breathing delay before breathing, heart rate decreases. Especially if you're excited for any reason, and you need to calm down quickly. In stress situations, this exercise can be performed without a preparatory phase if there is no time or place to do so.
- Concentration on...