The Positive Effects of PMR on Stress and Anxiety
Evidence of PMR's Benefits for Both Anxiety and Stress
tel:07979-814388One of the main benefits of PMR is it can reduce the physical symptoms of stress and anxiety. Evidence of this comes from numerous sources including Stoppler M MD (2022), Singh V et al (2009) and Dehdari T (2007) work on post operative patients. When we are stressed, our muscles can tense up and if we are stressed often we can get tense often too. This in turn leads to aches, pains, and discomfort. By systematically relaxing or even tensing and then relaxing different muscle groups in the body, PMR helps to release this tension and promote a state of deep relaxation. As a result, you should notice a decrease in physical symptoms of stress and anxiety such as headaches, backaches, and muscle tension. Call 07979 814388 when you need some help with your stress and anxiety.
PMR is a Great Stress Busting Tool
Wellbeing Benefits of PMR
In addition to its impact on physical symptoms, PMR also has a profound effect on our mental well-being. Evidence of this comes from Ghafari S (2007) and multiple sources in Beniam D (2022) review of evidence report. When we are stressed or anxious, our minds are often racing with negative thoughts and worries. By practicing PMR, we are able to focus our attention on the physical sensations of relaxation, helping to quiet the mind and bring about a sense of calmness. This can lead to a reduction in anxious thoughts, an overall improvement in mood and a positive effect on our overall wellbeing. Contact us today for your wellbeing booster,
Dehdari T et al (2007) Effects of progressive muscular relaxation training on quality of life in anxious patients after coronary artery bypass graft surgery. Department of Health Education, Faculty of Medical Science, Tarbiat Modares University,