Stress can affect every aspect of your life, including your mental, emotional and physical health. At our stress rehabilitation center, we strive not only to help you relax and restore your mental and physical well-being, but to give you the tools to combat stress over the long run.
With a combination of therapy, medication and alternative treatments, the specialists at our stress rehabilitation center will help you recover from the effects of stress on your life. Mindfulness meditation is one of the most common tools we use at our stress rehabilitation center to help you reclaim a positive and carefree outlook on life.
The stress-relief benefits of meditation have been medically proven, which is why we rely on it as a part of the treatment program at our stress rehabilitation center. Meditation can help you control negative emotions, gain a new perspective on difficult situations, focus on the present moment, become more self-aware and improve many health conditions, including substance abuse, depression and insomnia.
At our stress rehabilitation center, we rely on multiple types of meditative practices. Yoga, which encourages practitioners to concentrate on breathing techniques and physical postures, is one of the very effective techniques we espouse at our stress rehabilitation center.
In mindfulness meditation, we focus on the present moment and our perceptions during the meditative exercise. We learn to observe our thoughts, feelings and even actions without judgment. In this way, we can learn to accept what is without reacting negatively.
To practice mindfulness meditation at home, assume a comfortable position in which you can keep your spine straight. You may either sit or lie down. Breathe slowly, while focusing your awareness on your breath. Watch your thoughts, feelings and perceptions without passing judgment or attempting to cling to them. Gradually expand your awareness to include the things occurring outside of your mind and body. Be patient with yourself as you develop the skills to meditate peacefully.
Our stress rehabilitation centers have helped countless people learn to navigate the tricky waters of modern life. We can help you too. Call The Delray Center for Healing today at 1-888-699-5679.
Dr. Rodriguez founded the Delray Center in 2003 and built it on a foundation of core clinical, professional, and ethical principles that are adhered to still to this day. Dr. Rodriguez founded the Delray Center in 2003 and built it on a foundation of core clinical, professional, and ethical principles that are adhered to still to this day.