Sam Speron, M D, F A C S

Board Certified
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon

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Relaxation & Meditation



  • Managing Stress
  • Meditation Techniques
  • Ways to Relax
  • Progressive Muscle Relaxation
  • Self-Hypnosis
  • Mindfullness-Based Stress Reduction
  • Martial Arts for Relaxation
  • Autogenic Training
  • Self-Confidence and self-esteem

  • Take our simple stress test...


    Stress Scale
    See how many of these stress points have affected you in the last 12 months. Only the points most likely to affect mature adults are listed. If your score is 300 or more, you probably are at major risk of illness in the next year. If your score is 200 to 299, your illness risk is moderate. If your score is between 150 and 199, your risk is mild.

    Death of a spouse
    Death of close relative
    Divorce
    Marital separation
    Personal injury or illness
    Marriage
    Being fired from work
    Retirement
    Change in health of family member
    Change in financial status
    Death of close friend
    Argument with spouse
    Mortgage
    Change in living conditions
    Change in residence
    Change in social activities
    Change in church activities
    Change in sleeping habits
    100
    73
    73
    65
    53
    50
    47
    45
    44
    38
    37
    35
    31
    26
    20
    20
    19
    16
     
    (Kent County, Rhode Island, Mental Health Center)

     

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