Deep relaxation of the fight or flight response for stress relief
In modern society, we feel the effects of our "fight or flight" response in many social situations. This special tension can be caused by "perceived dangers" such as, issues at work, or a difficult relationship. This breathing technique is the best method for calming your "fight or flight" response. With a little practice you will find this guided meditation restores a profound relaxation. The Sympathetic Breathing guided meditation may also be used to help you fall asleep and restore better sleep.
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Using this Guided Meditation
This guided meditation restores balance to your autonomic nervous system. This technique is distinctly different than muscle relaxation as it restores balance to the nervous system responsible for your heart, circulatory system, and internal organs. Practice this guided meditation until you feel completely comfortable with the instructions. With practice you will be able to produce this deep relaxation response without the aid of the audio. Note that it takes a minimum of five minutes of practice to produce this relaxation response. To learn more about this guided meditation research the field of Heart Rate Variability.