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Relaxation therapy is a behavioral therapy used to relieve psychological stress and fatigue. It can be guided by a therapist or trainer or practiced alone.

A variety of methods are used in relaxation therapy, and it is often combined with other practices, including guided imagery and biofeedback. Relaxation can be achieved using methods including imagery, breathing exercises, focused muscle tensing and relaxing, and others.

Relaxation therapy is used for stress, fatigue, anxiety, depression, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support many of these uses.

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Relaxation therapy is a behavioral therapy used for stress and fatigue. It is thought that stress results in increased nervous system activity. This could have a negative effect on certain diseases. Relaxation therapy is thought to decrease nervous system activity, slow heart rate, decrease blood pressure, decrease anxiety, improve mood, and give a sense of control in people with medical conditions.

There are no known safety concerns. Relaxation therapy is LIKELY SAFE and has been safely used in several clinical trials.

Special Precautions & Warnings:

Pregnancy: Relaxation therapy is LIKELY SAFE and has been used in several clinical trials in pregnant women with no reported adverse effects.

Breast-feeding: More information is needed to determine whether it's safe to use relaxation therapy during breast-feeding. But so far there's no reason to believe that it might be harmful in women who are breast-feeding.

There are no known interactions with medications. Before taking this product, talk with your health professional if you take any medications.

There are no known interactions with herbs and supplements.

There are no known interactions with foods.

The appropriate or safe use of relaxation therapy depends on several factors such as the condition being treated or the person administering the treatment. Be sure to seek and follow relevant directions from your physician or other healthcare professional before using this treatment.

Abbreviated Muscle Relaxation Therapy, Applied Relaxation, Relaxation Appliquée, Relaxation Training, Relaxation Treatment, RT, Terapia de Relajación, Therapeutic Relaxation, Thérapie de Relaxation, Traitement de Relaxation.

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