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Learn to Relax
Update: 2011-07-10
Relaxation techniques can help you reduce stress and improve sleep.

The University of Maryland Medical Center offers this list of relaxation techniques:
  • Progressive relaxation, which is consciously relaxing the muscles from your toes to your head and everything between.

  • Toe tensing involves lying down, pointing the toes toward the face, and holding for 10 seconds before relaxing the toes and repeating.

  • Breathing in deeply for eight to 10 seconds, holding the breath for one to two seconds, and slowly releasing.

  • Guided imagery, which involves closing your eyes and visualizing a happy, peaceful place.

  • Quiet ears, in which you lie down with hands beneath the head, then block the ear canals with the thumbs. Hold this position for 10 seconds to 15 seconds.

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