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“Stroke Recovery” was designed to guide you toward achieving a state of physical and mental relaxation, and help facilitate your experience of peace and comfort during the challenges of stroke or brain injury rehabilitation. This content was developed with guidance from expert staff at St. Francis Medical Center in Topeka, Kansas and has been succesfully used with stroke patients. The content includes hypnotic regression to time periods prior to the stroke event. This technique is intended to enhance motor cortex reorganization and improve limb performance in chronic stroke patients. Imagining actual movement is known to stimulate the brain and muscles. Thus, this type of support can be a useful tool in rehabilitation as well as enhance comfort.
The Science Behind Imadulation’s Guided Imagery
The mental images we hold affect not only our emotions, but also our physiology. Guided Imagery is a technique that utilizes powerful and positive sensorial experiences to heal the mind-body connection. Imadulation's unique Guided Imagery contains a prosodic, soothing, melodic voice spoken over peaceful music with sounds from nature. Combined with binaural audio, these techniques have been shown scientifically to promote a sense of calm and relaxation. Binaural audio contains targeted frequencies that entrain alpha and theta brain waves, which are the frequencies dominant in states of relaxation. It also enhances neuroplasticity by breaking up rigid patterns of behavior.
Guided Imagery is recognized by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as a safe and effective alternative therapy for mind-body wellness. Imadulation’s Guided Imagery contains educational relaxation training designed to counter the progression of the stress response, reduce hyperactivity of the sympathetic nervous system, induce physical relaxation of the muscles and teach deep meditative breathing. The great thing about it is that the positive effects grow in intensity the more you use it– it’s like muscle memory for your brain!

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