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Silent work: a healthy way

Experiments at Harvard University in the United States have shown that silent methods can lower people’s blood pressure and change the pressure exerted by highly developed industrial societies.

Silence can produce a “deformation of consciousness.”

After silent therapy, mental relaxation can lead to physiological changes in the body, the most obvious is the slow heart rate and respiratory rate, decreased muscle tone and oxygen consumption, and decreased blood lipids.

All of this indicates that the human body is in a state of relaxation, which improves health.

  Interestingly, this method does not change the blood pressure of healthy people, but is only useful for people with high blood pressure.

Perform such exercises every day to alleviate severe hypertension and get treatment.

  In daily life, people will cause physiological reflexive tension and excitement due to various reasons.

However, some people may be angry and excited, and they will use silence to improve their health.

Here is the Boston Beth in the United States?

The practice methods offered by Isler Hospital: 1.

Choose a quiet environment, sit in a comfortable position, and create an intention to fall asleep, but don’t lie down.


Close your eyes and calm yourself down.


Relax your muscles and move up from your feet to your face.


Use your nose for conscious breathing, and exhale when you meditate “one.”

Relax naturally while breathing and maintain a certain rhythm.


After about 10-20 minutes, open your eyes and look at the time. Never use an alarm clock or other device, then close your eyes and sit for a few minutes.


Don’t worry about the success of the exercise, but adopt a passive attitude of “let it happen” and practice according to the natural progress.

When the thoughts are scattered, the stress map focuses on the “one.”


This exercise is 1-2 times a day, and can be used for personal living habits, but not within two hours after a meal.

Because the digestion process is not conducive to the efficacy.

  The reactions that accompany the practice vary from person to person, and most people feel calm and get rest and restore energy.