By M. Ron Eslinger, RN, CRNA, APN, MA, BCH, CMI, FNGH Captain United States Navy Retired
As you relax to the gentle soothing sounds of the ocean waves you will be listening to a calming biorhythmic melody, which will bring a wonderful peace of mind. To ensure this calming effect there is a gentle underlying Theta Tone to entrain with the Theta frequency of the brain which is relaxing and calming. Every five minutes, you will hear soothing suggestions to relax, feel calm and be at peace.
The intent of this CD is to help you relax, control anger, sleep better, feel better, enhance your immune system and for students to improve memory and concentration.
Five Critical Features for Relaxation
Place:Find a quiet room where you can work undisturbed.
Position: To learn progressive relaxation, all parts of your body must be comfortably supported. Find a bed, a couch, or a recliner.
Clothing: Wear loose clothing.
Time: Designate about fifteen minutes daily. Try to schedule a fixed time everyday so you won’t forget to do your progressive relaxation.
Focus: Try to focus on the particular sensations that come from letting go of tension.