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Relaxation breathing and guided imagery
Patricia Farrell, PhD posted:
These are two of the most useful self-help techniques I know. You'll find them on my website at: and, yes, we're restructuring the site currently, so it has a few problems, but you can get this information.
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2addplusap2 responded:
I use the deep breathing and the guided imagery most offten. I think that it works as well as the vistril meditcation. I learned how to do this in a stress and anxiety group at the behavioral health center I go to. I find that it gets rid of the axienty very well as well as keeping my ADD down.
Coookiie responded:
This is a great idea! I'm going to try it the next time I start "cracking around the edges". I have a lot of stress going on in my personal life that is trying to encroach into my work time. I'm usually pretty good at "compartmentalizing" things so that I can put it back to deal with it later when I'm at home, etc. but there are days.... thanks again!
bebe59 responded:
Dear Patricia Fareell, I tryed to open your website to watch your video , but there was an error on a page, could you tell me what I should do?
bebe59 replied to 2addplusap2's response:
Could you please give me more detail about that
Caprice_WebMD_Staff replied to bebe59's response:
Hi Bebe,

Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Dr. Farrell's own website recently changed and so the old link would no longer work.

I've edited it now to include a link to her page from where you can find that video.
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