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Although this has been debated in the scientific community, similar theories regarding the benefits of deep pressure and relaxation have now been introduced to homes around the world and seem to be providing many with comfort and relief.
Picture the soft red mist as a mist of natural relaxation flowing through and around your body.
Any relaxation now, whether in government restrictions or public adherence, would likely result in another surge.
Tightly wound and fast-paced waves are associated with alertness and focus, while slower, more spaced-out waves are associated with relaxation and sleep.
Breathing and relaxation techniques even seem to help with chronic stress.
I’ve tried a lot of bath bombs, and while it feels nice to treat yourself, I never really noticed a difference with muscle tension or relaxation until I tried these.
As you hold the softball-size device, ECG sensors monitor both pulse and heart rate variability—the beat-to-beat changes in your ticker’s rhythm—to track your relaxation.
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Most of us put on a pair of headphones every day, whether that’s for relaxation, exercise, business, or phone calls.
Apparently, when it comes to relaxation and recovery, a little “outblowing” at the beach might be just what the doctor ordered.
Although fall and winter are around the corner, there still isn’t a better pairing than the weekend, sports and barbecue — the holy trinity of relaxation.

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