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buy link: Ocean Waves available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/oce... 15 minutes of relaxing ocean waves crashing on the sand. Decompress for your sanity. This video is designed as a calming soundtrack to be played in the background creating a soothing soundscape for sleeping, relaxing, meditating, eating ... etc. This video of natures ocean waves can be used for any of your relaxation requirements. Set aside a quiet place where you can relax. This place should be free of potential distractions from friends, family and even pets. Knowing how to relax is vital for ensuring your health and well-being, as well as restoring the passion and joy in your life. Allowing stress to affect you can lead to depression, illness, weight gain and a general sense of malcontent. Use this sound track to get your anxiety under control and relax. Did you know that meditating just 15 minutes a day could change your life for the better? Recognize stress. Obviously, some stress is good for us — it adds interest, excitement and motivation to life, in the right balance. It is when the level of stress in your life causes you to put up with things that are harming or distressing you constantly that you risk sliding into being too stressed. Set aside time to relax. Accept the fact that most everyone has negative stressors impacting your life, it's important to make room for relaxation amid all those busy things you're doing. Relaxing Your Body. Practice breathing techniques. Slow down your breathing and actively concentrate on it. This is always the easiest way to self-calm. Breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth. Inhale deeply as you count to five, hold your breath for five seconds, then exhale slowly, counting to five. Do this ten times to relax your muscles and nerves. As you breathe out, visualize the stress and tension leaving your body through your breath. Relaxing Your Mind Practice positive thinking. Positive thinking isn't about wishful or dreamer thinking; it's about making the most of the situations that you find yourself in and avoiding any tendency to add negative overlays. If repetition helps you try saying affirmations to change your outlook. For example say over and over again: I want great things to change my life. I want positive change to help my life. The things you say about yourself over and over again will ensure that you believe your own rhetoric. Use positive, believable, and caring words about yourself. Use visualization techniques. While you might not feel calm and relaxed, imagining a calm and relaxed scene in your mind can do wonders to improve your outlook. Watch the beach, imagine lying down and resting etc., to help you stay relaxed. Think logically, and restrain your emotions. If you learn to think more sequentially and logically when you're stressed, you might find that solutions become more apparent. Turn an objective eye on your stressors. Take a realistic look at what's freaking you out, and consider how you'd advise a friend in a similar position. Then, use your advice on yourself. Find a quiet place when you are feeling overwhelmed and pamper yourself. Draw a warm bath. Light candles around the tub, dim the lights, add bubbles or lavender, if desired. Lie on your bed or sofa. Play some soft music or nature CDs. Relax listening to ocean waves, waterfalls or birds. Curl up with a blanket and a cup of chamomile tea. Imagine a personal paradise. Close your eyes and envision the setting. Imagine the calming sound of ocean waves reaching the shore. Enjoy a moment in your special place. Remember it's for your health. Stop feeling guilty. Guilt is a potent source of stress. Get rid of the source of guilt by behaving yourself; stop engaging in behaviors that make you feel guilty. Don't allow destructive behavior to escalate and sabotage your life and health. Practice meditation. Remove all thoughts and emotions from your mind by concentrating on your breathing. Meditation takes you into focusing on your whole being as a form of relaxation.
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