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something spoken or written in return, as to a question or demand

an action elicited by a stimulus

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a statement (either spoken or written) that is made to reply to a question or request or criticism or accusation

the manner in which something is greeted

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a phrase recited or sung by the congregation following a versicle by the priest or minister

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the speech act of continuing a conversational exchange

the manner in which an electrical or mechanical device responds to an input signal or a range of input signals

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SFTE added to an atherogenic diet of guinea pigs improved the relaxation response and prevented the development of atherosclerotic plaques in aortas.
32,33,34) Most recently, studies are now starting to show the positive effects the relaxation response has on the immune system and cellular processes such as mitochondrial resilience.
Many studies have shown that mind/body interventions like the relaxation response can reduce stress and enhance wellness in healthy individuals and counteract the adverse clinical effects of stress in conditions like hypertension, anxiety, diabetes and aging," said Herbert Benson, MD, director emeritus of the Benson-Henry Institute.
Equation (69) can fit the relaxation response of many dielectrics because the Debye equation originates from a rate equation based on thermodynamics containing the essential physics, and Eq.
Carol, 1974a, "The Relaxation Response," Psychiatry 37(1), pp.
The relaxation response has many proven beneficial effects.
Scientists aren't exactly sure why yoga has physiological benefits, but at least some of its success can be attributed to stress reduction, the relaxation response and the "exercise" element with benefits that parallel other forms of exercise.
A simple technique called the relaxation response can help manage hypertension and cardiac arrhythmia, according to Harvard University's Herbert Benson, MD.
Mindfulness is not synonymous with relaxation, although the relaxation response as described by Benson (2) is often elicited during formal practices such as meditation or body scanning.
Focus on taking some deep breaths, find the rhythm, refocus on the warmth and joy of the earlier moment, and elicit the relaxation response.
We don't take the kind of deep, diaphragmatic breaths needed to trigger the relaxation response.
14) TM has also been described as facilitating a basic relaxation response that may underlie its clinical effectiveness.
The scent of lavender can be just enough to elicit the relaxation response.
If the relaxation response is a function of the level of stress developed at a given strain, then the type of samples (e.