Contribution of a Muscle Relaxation-Based Training Protocol to alleviate Nicotine Dependency in Two cases of smoking addicts

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Bourouba Amel, Kettaf Rezki


This study aims to verify the contribution of a training protocol based on muscle relaxation techniques in teaching and equipping individuals addicted to smoking with skills and experiences on how to control their bodies and cope with stress and tension, thereby managing strong cravings. This is achieved through fundamental mechanisms that involve body relaxation, also known as attunement to the body (listening to the body) through muscle group activities, followed by mental focus on the distinction between the neuromuscular tension and relaxation process, with the primary driver being suggestive language

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