1-Breath Focus:. You take long, steady, deep breaths (also known as abdominal or belly breathing) in this quick, powerful technique. You gently disengage your mind while you relax from intrusive thoughts and feelings. 1. Breath emphasis will allow people with eating disorders to think more strongly on their bodies. This technique, however, may not be sufficient
2-Body Scan: This approach incorporates breath concentration with gradual relaxation of the muscle. You focus on one part of the body or group of muscles at a time after a few minutes of deep breathing and consciously relieve any physical stress you feel there. A body scan can help to increase understanding of the connection between the mind and the body. If you have recently had an operation that impacts your body image then it might be less helpful.
3– Guided imagery : You create calming scenes, locations, or interactions in your mind for this technique to help you relax and concentrate. Free applications and online videos of relaxing scenes can be found — just make sure you pick pictures that you find soothing and have personal meaning. Guided visualization can help you improve your own positive vision, but it can be challenging for those with intrusive thoughts.
4- Mindfulness Meditation This method involves sitting calmly, concentrating on your breathing, and attracting the attention of your mind to the present moment without wandering into past or future concerns. In recent years, this method of meditation has been enjoying increasing popularity. Research suggests that people with anxiety, depression, and pain can find it helpful.
5-Yoga, tai chi, and qigong: All three ancient arts combine a sequence of postures or fluid gestures with rhythmic breathing. Such activities ‘ physical aspects provide a mental focus that can