If you don’t happen to have a deadly coronavirus, you’ve probably had a rough couple of years.

According to the American Psychological Association’s annual stress in America survey, nearly half of U.S. adults (41%) said their lives have become more stressful in the past two years. A large majority of adults agreed that they feel there has been a “constant stream of crises” over the past two years, and they felt “overwhelmed” by it.

Survey authors found that people only marginally follow the Ukraine war on social media. The gruesome photos, disturbing videos, and heartbreaking stories coming out of the country have left many in the world frightened and confused. The apparent cause of stress over the past two years has been the COVID-19 pandemic. Many restrictions and panic have subsided as the threat of death have lessened.

Relaxation techniques can reduce stress symptoms and help you have a better quality of life, especially if you have a medical condition. Discover relaxation techniques you can use on yourself. Relaxation isn’t just about peace of mind or having fun while enjoying your favorite hobby. It’s a process that reduces the effects of stress on your mind and body. There are ways to cope with everyday stress by doing a few relaxation techniques, which can help with long-term anxiety or tension associated with various health problems, such as heart disease and pain.

With so many responsibilities and duties, relaxation techniques may not be a priority in your life, but that means you could miss out on relaxation’s health benefits. Doing so can reduce your heart rate and lower your blood pressure. Improve your digestion and reduce muscle tension along with chronic pain. Ideal for improving your focus and mood and better your quality of sleep. Try to reduce anger and frustration, and at the same time, increase self-confidence to deal with problems.

Relaxation techniques are about focusing attention on something calming and raising awareness of your own body. It doesn’t matter which relaxation technique you choose. The only important thing is that you try to practice relaxation regularly in order to reap its benefits. These techniques could include deep breathing, a calming massage, meditation, yoga, music, and art therapy, to name a few.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber is an excellent environment for practicing mindfulness and breathing techniques and enjoying the healing benefits of condensed oxygen while relaxing your entire body. Come check out the healing miracles in our new chamber!

A simple solution to reduce stress-related pain and muscle tension is to move more every hour for a minimum of three minutes. Try Meditation; only 10-30 minutes before bed can improve sleep quality. Exercise can relieve pain and tension with gentle stretching.

It is normal to feel stressed at times. However, when stress builds up or lasts for extended periods, you may feel a muscle tension. You might have muscle tension without even realizing it. There are several ways to relieve stress, like Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR). Many people find PMR a very effective way to reduce stress and tension. Some even use it as a way to fall asleep at night. Progressive muscle relaxation is a deep relaxation technique used effectively to control stress and anxiety, relieve insomnia, and reduce symptoms of certain types of chronic pain.

We also offer Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy, also known as low-field magnetic stimulation, which uses electromagnetic fields to heal bone fractures and depression commonly. PEMF therapy devices can help with various diseases, disorders, or injuries, anxiety, general wellness, and stress relief. 

Applying these proteins can prevent cell degradation caused by wear and tear, promoting rapid recovery from injuries. Pulsed electromagnetic therapy uses electromagnetic fields to heal bone and soft tissue and reduce inflammation. It can also help balance your immune system, relax muscles, reduce stress, and more. Magnetic fields can balance body functions and tissues at various levels, even before problems and damage occur. Faster recovery and overall improvement of cellular health!

Other methods are dry needling and acupuncture. It involves inserting tiny needles into specific body parts, usually pressure points. Acupuncture is an integral part of Chinese medicine and is used to treat pain. It relieves pain and helps reduce stress, and improves general well-being. The benefits of Dry Needling are pain management, balancing energy flow within the body, overall wellness, and improvement of body system functions. Schedule your appointment today to enjoy a more stress-free life.