5 edition of Relieve Tension and Anxiety found in the catalog.
Relieve Tension and Anxiety
Harold H. Bloomfield
February 1986 by Mcgraw Hill/Tdm Audio .
Written in English
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10 Tips to Relieve Stress and Release Tension. Pay attention to your body and to your muscles. Are they contracted and tense. Release the tension. Pay special attention to your face and scalp, and if you feel that they are tense, release the tension.
If after a few seconds the tension returns, relax them again, until the tension : Remez Sasson.