Autogenic & Self Regulation Training CD-Relax!
Autogenic & Self Regulation Training CD-Relax!SKU: SMS-AGcd
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What is Stress?
Understanding stress and anger management is an important skill to master. What is the body, the brain responding to when stress occurs? Is it real? Is it imagined? You can learn to understand and respond in a positive way to stress that occurs in your daily life.
Here is an important word: HOMEOSTASIS, defined as the body – or any organism – working to constantly achieve a balance within itself – adapting to changes which occur – temperature and chemical changes within the body.
So STRESS can be defined as the mind and body responding to outside, internal or even imagined stimulation and eventually losing it’s balance – or falling out of healthy homeostasis. This is likened to global warming, which we can all see our earth responding to in often frightening ways.
To keep a body alive, there are automatic mechanisms to help maintain these internal responses at a desirable level. But SELF-REGULATION is a necessary tool in order to maintain these desirable levels.
How does Self Regulation apply to The Pelvic Floor?
Actually, Self Regulation benefits the entire body! Practicing Self Regulation techniques can have many benefits, including:
- Slowing heart rate
- Lowering blood pressure
- Slowing your breathing rate
- Improving digestion
- Maintaining normal blood sugar levels
- Reducing activity of stress hormones
- Increasing blood flow to major muscles
- Reducing muscle tension and chronic pain
- Improving concentration and mood
- Improving sleep quality
- Lowering fatigue
- Reducing anger and frustration
- Boosting confidence to handle problems
Since hypertonic (Tense) muscle is a key component of pelvic pain, the use of Self Regulation techniques can reduce or eliminate your pelvic pain.
On this compact disc, David Singer has effectively fine-tuned a technique, incorporating a deep relaxation and a visualization protocol to bring the body into Homeostasis. For over 25 years, his clients and students have successfully reversed distressful symptoms and conditions.