- Change your mind. // Men's Health;Nov/Dec91, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p11
Presents the Mindseye Courier, a device that can stimulate mind relaxation. Functions of the device; Equipment included in the device; Synchronized effect of the lights and rhythmic beeping noises of the device; Reactions of Men's Health magazine staffers who tried the device.
- A quick cure for rushaholics. // Redbook;Aug98, Vol. 191 Issue 4, p70
Presents a relaxation tip for a rushaholic from the book `Don't Sweat the Small Stuff with Your Family,' by Richard Carlson. Anxiety that results from rushing around; Getting to wherever is needed ten minutes early.
- anatomy. Cole, Roger // Yoga Journal;Dec2008, Issue 216, p87
The article provides suggestions on how to use both mind and body to create proper environment for deep relaxation.
- I break for memories. Williams, Stephen // Newsweek;8/25/1997, Vol. 130 Issue 8, p81
Reports a study in the journal `Science' that suggests that a little downtime helps people learn. Details about the findings by Reza Shadmehr, a biomedical engineer at John Hopkins University; What the result is if a person attempts a second task before the first is fully processed.
- Springing Back. // Massage & Bodywork;Apr/May2002, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p168
Presents several suggestions for revitalizing the body. Time when to wake up in the morning; Moment to relax in the office; Advice on relationships.
- Comparative effects of exercise reduction and relaxation training on mood states and Type A... DeVaney, Susan; Hughey, Aaron W. // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Dec94, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p1635
Studies the comparative effects of exercise reduction and relaxation training on dysphoric mood states and Type A scores in persons who exercise beyond recommended guidelines for cardiovascular fitness. Effect of increasing frequency, intensity and duration of exercise; Need for studies on the...
- Efficacy of progressive muscle relaxation for reducing state anxiety among elderly adults on... Rankin, Eugene J.; Gilner, Frank H. // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Dec93 Part 2, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p1395
Investigates the findings obtained by Yesavage and his colleagues regarding the effect of progressive muscle relaxation on improving memory performance of elderly persons. Reduction of anxiety through nonpharmacological technique; Impact of anxiety on cognitive tasks.
- Natural Energizer. Maeyama, Marisa // Parenting;Apr2002, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p54
Offers advice on dealing with mental fatigue. Information on the results of studies regarding the issue; Remarks from Rachel Kaplan, professor of environment and behavior at the University of Michigan; Recommendations for mental relaxation.
- Can the neural-cortisol association be moderated by experience-induced changes in awareness? Leung, Mei-Kei; Lee, Tatia M. C.; Lau, Way K. W.; Chan, Chetwyn C. H.; Wong, Samuel S. Y. // Scientific Reports;11/20/2015, p16620
Cortisol homeostasis is important for cognitive and affective functions that depend on cortisol-sensitive brain regions including the hippocampus and prefrontal cortex. Recent studies have shown that training induces changes in the brain. We report the findings of a longitudinal study that...
- Spa Pastorale. Schneider, Maria // Cincinnati;Feb2003, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p28
Presents description of Wetlands spa at Foxhollow, Kentucky. Facilities offered in Wetlands; Arrangements of programs of holistic medicines in Foxhollow, Kentucky; Comforts available in the spa for visitors.