Muscle Relaxation

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Muscle Relaxation

Well done, you’ve finished a session of muscle relaxation.

If you can, try to do this exercise a few times a week to teach your body how to relax better. The key is learning to apply this skill in everyday life to the entire body so that you’re not tensing muscles when you don’t need to.

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Balancing Mood

Balancing Mood

This tool can give you insight into how what you’re doing affects your mood, and recommends activities that can improve how you’re feeling.

Mindful Watching

Mindful Watching

During this mindfulness exercise, you’ll be guided by relaxing audio to calmly notice different visual aspects of images and apply this to your surroundings.

Reframing Thoughts

Reframing Thoughts

This tool can help to identify unhelpful patterns in your thoughts and beliefs and reframe them over time to help you feel better and make decisions that support your overall sense of wellbeing.

Identifying Signals

Identifying Signals

During this exercise, you’ll be guided to identify sensations in your body that you often experience when feeling upset. You can use these as signals to react differently, use a tool, or engage in self-care.

Gratitude Practice

Gratitude Practice

Learn to appreciate the small things in life through practising gratitude. Doing this regularly can help lift your mood and make you feel happier.

Deep Breathing

Deep Breathing

This reflective technique involves slowly breathing in and out to help you feel calmer and more relaxed. This tool is guided by an animated image that inflates and deflates.

Active Listening

Active Listening

This skill involves fully focusing on what a person is saying, rather than selectively hearing. In this exercise, you’ll practice listening and develop an awareness of when you’re not paying attention.

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