David Shurtleff, PhD, deputy director of the Nationwide Middle for Complementary and Integrative Well being (NCCIH) on the Nationwide Institutes of Well being (NIH); appearing scientific director, appearing chief, Medical Investigations Department, Ache and Integrative Neuroscience Department, Division of Intramural Analysis, Bethesda, MD.
Jonathan C. Smith, professor of psychology, Roosevelt College, Chicago.
Mayo Clinic: “Exercise and Stress: Get moving to manage stress,” “Mindfulness Exercises,” “Music Therapy,” “Relaxation techniques: Try these steps to reduce stress,”
Harvard Well being Publishing: “Relaxation techniques: Breath control helps quell errant stress response,” “Tai chi or yoga? 4 important differences.”
Nationwide Institutes of Well being: “Mindfulness Matters.”
Nationwide Middle for Complementary and Built-in Well being: “Massage Therapy: What You Need To Know,” “Relaxation Techniques for Health,” “Yoga: What You Need to Know.”
Arthritis Basis: “Progressive Muscle Relaxation.”
Gregory Scott Brown, MD, psychiatrist; director, founder, Middle for Inexperienced Psychiatry; affiliate college member, College of Texas Dell Medical College, Austin, TX.
Kaiser Permanente: “Autogenic Training.”
Trisha Harp, licensed skilled coach, Atlanta
Cleveland Clinic: “Art & Music Therapy.”
Johns Hopkins Drugs: “Aromatherapy: Do Essential Oils Really Work?”
North American Journal of Medical Sciences: “Scientific Evidence-Based Effects of Hydrotherapy on Various Systems of the Body.”
Nationwide College of Well being Sciences: “Hydrotherapy Suite.”