Relaxation Therapy

This technique helps patients to develop deep breathing rhythms, which can minimise tension and stress, lower anxiety and increase lung capacity.

Relaxation therapy helps patients let go of negative feelings that can prevent recovery.

Relaxation therapy creates feelings of calm and well-being that help with individual and group therapy sessions. It can also help patients relieve themselves of negative feelings that can lead to relapse.

How Relaxation Therapy Works

  • Patients lie on a mat on the floor
  • The session begins with deep breathing and light stretching
  • The sesson develops into progressive muscle relaxation and meditation
  • Patients leave with an overall feeling of relaxation and calmness.