relaxing imagery psychology
relaxing imagery psychologyAny talk technique in which pleasant scenes and images (e.g., walking through the woods in spring, ocean surf, etc.) are described to an individual as a means of relaxing and blocking unpleasant sensations. Used in conjunction with other forms of relaxation training, relaxing imagery may reduce the duration, frequency and intensity of the anticipatory nausea commonly associated with chemotherapy.
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