The effectiveness of progressive muscle relaxation to reduce the intensity the study aims to determine the effectiveness of the muscle relaxation program in reducing anxiety and action strategy to deal relaxation sessions program by jacobson 10, ellawy 11, ratib 12. One of these nonpharmacological methods, progressive muscle relaxation (pmr), is a therapeutic method that is widely used to induce nerve-muscle relaxation pmr includes the deliberate stretching and relaxing of the body's major muscle groups (starting with the hands and ending with the feet) 12 , 13.
The jacobson's progressive muscle relaxation technique was found to be effective (t =10646, df= 39, p=0001) in reducing the social anxiety conclusion : social anxiety is common among adolescents and many modifiable factors related to parents and teachers are associated.
Associated with modified jacobson’s progressive muscle relaxation therapy (jpmrt) in stress management, to analyse the hemodynamic changes with relaxation and to validate the effectiveness of modified jpmrt. Progressive muscle relaxation is a non-pharmacological method of deep muscle relaxation, based on the premise that muscle tension is the body's psychological response to anxiety-provoking thoughts and that muscle relaxation blocks anxiety the technique involves learning to monitor the tension in specific muscle groups by first tensing each muscle group this tension is then released, as attention is directed towards the differences felt during tension and relaxation. The effect of progressive muscle relaxation training on anxiety and quality of life after stoma surgery in colorectal cancer patients psycho-oncology 2003 12(3):254-66 cotanch ph, strum s progressive muscle relaxation as antiemetic therapy for cancer patients.
Jacobson progressive muscle relaxation is a method of deep muscle relaxation in which the muscles are tensed for 5 seconds, uphold for 5 seconds and slow excretion with relaxed the muscles for 10 to 15 seconds from the muscles of feet to face.
State of relaxation that has been effectively used to control stress and anxiety relieve insomnia, and reduce symptoms of the stress it is an effective and widely used strategy for stress relief with regular practice, progressive muscle relaxation therapy gives a complete relaxation dr edmund jacobson (1930- 1975. Although the exact mechanism of action is unclear, muscle relaxation techniques are reportedly effective in decreasing muscle tension in the body21 alterations in sympathetic nervous system activity, including decrease in pulse rate, blood pressure, and musculoskeletal tone, and altered neuroendocrine function, have been observed in relaxed subjects. Conclusion: jacobson’s progressive muscle relaxation technique appears to reduce depressive symptoms and improve the quality of life enjoyment and satisfaction in older adults.