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International Journal of Practical Nursing

Volume  8, Issue 2, May–August 2020, Pages 75-78

 

Review Article

Interactive Guided Imagery Therapy For Stroke Patients
N Sabari Vel1, Reeta Devi2
1Ph.D. Scholar, 2Assistant Professor, School of Health Science, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi
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http://dx.doi.org/10.21088/ijpn.2347.7083.8220.4

Abstract

Guided imagery is an effective and good stress management technique and it is very popular and common method for many reasons, it will quickly calm your body and relax your mind. It’s virtually as simple as indulging in a vivid daydream and, with practice, this technique can help you to better access your inner wisdom. There are many ways to practice guided imagery, including taking a class where you are "guided" by an instructor, using audio recordings, creating your own recordings, or using your inner voice and imagination. it helps to enhance physical and mental ability and most widely used in chronic pain, cancer, and other serious illnesses like stroke and reducing undesirable behaviours.

Keywords: Interactive guided imagery; Stroke
 


Corresponding Author : Reeta devi