Before having specific treatments or medical sessions with a specialist, relaxation seems can be a simple and efficient method to relieve some aches and pains.
Benefits and contraindications
Relaxation: for whom?
- On a psychological level :
- Panic, agoraphobia,
- Anxiety, emotional problems and depression.
- On a cardio-vascular level:
- On a respiratory level
- Cold, cough, shortness of breath,
- Chronic asthma.
- On a uro-genital and sexual level
- Bed wetting, pre-menstrual tension,
- Erection disorders, premature ejaculation and female frigidity,
- On a digestive level
- Swallowing difficulties, oesophagus spasms
- Gastritis and ulcers.
- Dermatological pathologies
- Of psychosomatic or allergic origin,
- Anal and vulval itch,
- Psoriasis, eczema.
- Unconscious patient who is not aware of his sensations
- Heavy pathologies (schizophrenia, heart problems, paranoia)
Different relaxation methods
- Based on the principle of visualisation in a musical environment,
- Gets rid of tensions thanks to music
- A one hour session with a practitioner,
- Energy transfer by imposition of hands.
- Self-induced relaxation
- Self-hypnosis principle taught by a therapist.
- Focus on the solar plexus to treat pain.
- Relaxation of the breathing muscles.
- The subject can reach his/her unconscious to deal with old or forgotten problems.
- Only a medical practitioners qualified in hypnosis should perform it,
- Meditation phase stimulating body relaxation
- The therapist gets rid of previous anxieties
- Frequently used to childbirth
Méthodes de relaxation
La relajación : métodos, técnicas y eficacia
Latest update on November 13, 2013 at 12:44 PM by Crashounette.