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general relaxation

Etymology: L, genus, kind, relaxare, to ease
a slackening of strain or tension of the entire body, particularly of the muscles.

gen·er·al re·lax·a·tion

(jen'ĕr-ăl rē'laks-ā'shŭn)
Lessened muscular stress affecting the body as a whole.

general relaxation

Relaxation of the entire body.
See also: relaxation
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