(physiology) the gradual lengthening of inactive muscle or muscle fibers
relaxation, relaxation behavior(noun)
(physics) the exponential return of a system to equilibrium after a disturbance
a feeling of refreshing tranquility and an absence of tension or worry
"the easiness we feel when sleeping"
relaxation, loosening, slackening(noun)
an occurrence of control or strength weakening
"the relaxation of requirements"; "the loosening of his grip"; "the slackening of the wind"
rest, ease, repose, relaxation(noun)
freedom from activity (work or strain or responsibility)
"took his repose by the swimming pool"
rest period, tranquility, eternal sleep, repose, peace of mind, loosening, balance, relaxation behavior, relief, ease, rest, simplicity, eternal rest, quiet, simpleness, easiness, placidity, informality, relaxation method, comfort, peace, tranquillity, residual, quietus, liberalisation, peacefulness, ataraxis, remainder, residue, residuum, sleep, heartsease, serenity, slackening, liberalization, respite
relaxation, relaxation method(noun)
a method of solving simultaneous equations by guessing a solution and then reducing the errors that result by successive approximations until all the errors are less than some specified amount
liberalization, liberalisation, relaxation(noun)
the act of making less strict
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The Active Wellness seat is Faurecia's vision on the next level of personalized comfort, what we basically do is to monitor respiration rate and heart rate in the seat, and we derive stress and energy level from that. Then, having this kind of wellness being information, we now can offer a closed-loop comfort system; so in case you are stressed you get a relaxation massage, in case you have low energy levels you get a very energizing massage.
Hokemeyer told FoxNews.com. Questions that an individual may have during this heightened state of awareness include ‘ Where am I ’, ‘ Why am I doing this ? ’ as well as questions with deeper conflicts of being like ‘ Who am I ? ’ , and ‘ Am I safe, loved andlovable ? ’ Research on floatation therapy has been limited to small study groups, but some reports suggest floating can relieve muscle tension, enhance creativity and induce instant relaxation. Dr. Teo Mendez, an orthopedic surgeon from Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, has floated three times before and said Teo Mendez was skeptical about its mental health benefits at first. For about 20 minutes, I was pretty bored, but then I started to get a little bit in-tune with my body.
We think it's really going change the whole experience so you can focus more on relaxation, we are doing it in a way that's beyond anything that has been done anywhere. We started from scratch with how do we make the guest experience better and then we tailored the technology to fit that.
A sea of red is washing over the energy complex as rising U.S. production coupled with a looming relaxation in OPEC-led cuts sends bulls scurrying for the exits.
Japan is very keen to secure a significant piece of overseas business following the relaxation of its export legislation, and this Australian submarine deal was widely regarded as becoming a landmark trade, the tradecraft required to convince a sophisticated domestic buyer that Japan's was superior to that offered by France was lacking.
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