Latest relaxation techniques Stories

2013-01-15 23:01:40

Understanding the Connection Between Stress and Hives Roslyn, NY (PRWEB) January 15, 2013 New studies currently underway may help pinpoint connections between chronic idiopathic urticaria (hives caused by an unknown source) and stress, good news for the majority of patients whose hives have no clear cause. Researchers are examining the connections between major life stressors and hives, post-traumatic stress disorder and hives, and the effect of hypnosis and relaxation techniques on hives....

2005-07-13 14:36:24

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Relaxation techniques appear to help teenagers fight off frequent migraines or tension headaches, a study shows. After students learned relaxation techniques from either a school nurse or graduate psychology student acting as a therapist, they reported fewer headaches, and less intense headaches, up to 10 months later. Students with migraines only responded when they were taught by therapists, but students with tension headaches responded to relaxation teachings...

2005-01-04 08:57:25

Relaxation helps them tolerate pain, researchers say HealthDayNews -- In an indication that the power of mind over body isn't limited to grownups, researchers report that advanced relaxation techniques help kids endure a grueling medical procedure. Kids who learned to relax themselves through self-hypnosis were less likely to suffer from distress during painful urinary tract checkups, a new study has found. In addition, the children's greater sense of calm appeared to shorten the grueling...

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