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When should you suggest a client use progressive muscle relaxation? A. After the client eats a large meal B. When the client is stressed while driving C. When the client is having trouble
relaxing D. Before the client begins an intense exercise routine
You should suggest progressive muscle relaxation: When the client is having trouble relaxing. Progressive muscle relaxation is a systematic technique for achieving a deep state of relaxation. Progressive muscle relaxation is especially helpful for people whose anxiety is strongly associated with muscle tension. This is what often leads you to say that you are "uptight' or "tense." You may
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User: When should you suggest a client use progressive muscle relaxation? A. After the client eats a large meal B. When the client is stressed while driving C. When the client is having trouble relaxing D. Before the client begins an intense exercise routine

Weegy: I would say either A or B
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You should suggest progressive muscle relaxation: When the client is having trouble relaxing.

Progressive muscle relaxation is a systematic technique for achieving a deep state of relaxation. Progressive muscle relaxation is especially helpful for people whose anxiety is strongly associated with muscle tension. This is what often leads you to say that you are "uptight' or "tense." You may experience chronic tightness in your shoulders and neck, which can be effectively relieved by practicing progressive muscle relaxation.
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