95 McFarland health topics series RC495 Noting its rare use in the treatment of chronic conditions, Sadigh (psychology, Cedar Crest College) outlines the use of autogenic training for chronic pain and stress-related disorders.
What does AT stand for?
AT stands for Autogenic Training (relaxation technique)
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- Atrial Tachycardia
- Attestation Standard (accounting)
- Attribute Table
- Audit Trail
- Austria (top-level domain name)
- Auto Throttle
- Auto Transformer
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Course content includes the benefits of regular meditation, simple relaxation exercises, binaural beats and brainwaves, autogenic training & progressive relaxation, as well as a reading list and links to research on meditation.
Anyone who leads a healthful life, whose bed is in a neutral location, and who restores or maintains psychoenergetic harmony (by means of Psychosomatic Energetics, autogenic training, yoga, and similar techniques) will not as a rule be much affected by electrosmog, as long as it does not exceed a certain intensity and quality of disturbance.
Autogenic training has been described as the Western answer to Eastern techniques such as yoga or zen meditation.
Guidelines in cultivating general relaxation: Biofeedback and autogenic training combined.