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A student's capacity to discover a vibrant tone and clarity of articulation is reliant upon achieving an upright, expansive posture while releasing interfering muscular tension.
Extrinsic laryngeal muscular tension in patients with voice disorders.
Overlapping symptoms include irritability and physical symptoms such as increased fatigue and muscular tension.
The pressure strength might be soft, moderate or hard depending on the individual's, age, sensitivity, muscular tension and health condition.
The clamping action means the rifle isn't held in place with muscular tension, so the jitters and wobbles go away and our hit probability goes up.
Drawing on the work of Wilhelm Reich and other psychologists, Flacks explains how actors can bypass their conscious mind--Intellect--and access emotions that are stored in muscular tension at the core of their bodies--Dungeon.
C/e packages, which include team-building events, corporate membership rates and even ocebased yoga classes, are designed to combat workplace stress and relieve the muscular tension that can be caused by sitting at a desk all day.
At the time of the current admission (6 years after the incident), the patient showed low muscular tension of the limbs, normal muscle strength, tendon hyperreflexia, positive pathological reflexes of both lower limbs, unstable gait, and involuntary movements of the upper limbs.
Results may include decreased pain, a reduction in muscular tension, tranquility, and a higher level of concentration, all which reduce the harmful effects of stress on the mother and baby.
However, the new Beetle offers entirely new proportions to its predecessor 84mm wider, 12mm lower and 152mm longer -- that gives it a powerful appearance with muscular tension.
It is often accompanied by restlessness, fatigue, problems in concentration, and muscular tension.