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From Technostress to Technohealth

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"    Group discussion of previous week's home practices.

"    Discussion and review of problem solving strategies (Peper, Holt and Gibney, 2002).

"    Discussion of visual stress and teaching strategies to relax the eyes.

"    Physiological demonstration with multiple physiological signals (respiration, pulse volume amplitude, electrodermal activity, EMG and heart rate) to show the sympathetic responses during stressful keyboarding and discussion of bracing patterns that occur during stressful or precise time driven tasks.

"    Teaching and practice of the Quieting Reflex (QR) (Stroebel, 1982) and hand warming (Peper and Gibney, 2003).

"    Assignment of homework that included continued diaphragmatic breathing while working at the computer, practicing of QR in response to stressors, vision practices, typing with relaxed shoulders, coaching others.

 

Session 6

"    Group discussion reviewing previous week practices and coaching problems.

"    Discussion of self-practice: SEMG usage, breaks, blinking, QR and breathing.

"    Case presentation by group participants of their intervention and coaching approaches with other employees.

 

 

 

"    Discussion and practical suggestions of how to deal with psychological work and social stress.

"    Guided practice in meso-breaks that included Feldenkrais exercises.

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Erik Peper, Ph.D. is an international authority on biofeedback and self-regulation. He is Professor and Co-Director of the Institute for Holistic Healing Studies, Department of Health Education. He is President of the Biofeedback Foundation of (more...)
 
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