Relaxation

You need to empty your mind, and relax each other muscle group until you feel like you are going to melt into the floor. Then you just let it all go. All the expectations, all the unneeded worry, all the things other people want for you but you don't want for yourself.

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Breathing Techniques for relaxation

A short 10 minute video offering breathing techniques which will help you relax and feel more calm. 

Guided Relaxation - Video 1

Progressive Muscular Relaxation (PMR) is useful for relaxing your body when your muscles are tense, perhaps as a result of stress. This relaxation involves tensing up a group of muscles so that they are as tightly contracted as possible, holding them in a state of tension for a few seconds, and then relaxing the muscle.

Guided relaxation - Video 2

Progressive Muscular Relaxation (PMR) is useful for relaxing your body when your muscles are tense, perhaps as a result of stress. This relaxation involves tensing up a group of muscles so that they are as tightly contracted as possible, holding them in a state of tension for a few seconds, and then relaxing the muscle.

Relaxation - A guided Walk

A visualisation technique to aim relaxation - take a guided walk along the beach. 

Anxiety control

Anxiety control training - an audio podcast. 

Helpful thinking advice

Top five tips to help you sleep through the night

There are many reasons why people struggle to fall or stay asleep as they get older – stress, diet, medication and sleep patterns naturally changing over time.

Regardless, a lack of sleep, insomnia or other sleeping problems shouldn’t be taken lightly as it can affect your daily life, mood, focus and even your immune system.

Have a look at our five simple sleeping tips that may help you or a loved one catch up on some needed rest.