A progressive relaxation intervention at the worksite for African-American women.

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This study examined the efficacy of a worksite-based intervention in reducing blood pressure and personal strain in African-American women. The experimental group (n = 22) was taught a 7-muscle group progressive relaxation intervention. The women, for home practice, used audiocassette tapes and diaries. The control group (n = 21) was asked to set aside 30… (More)

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@article{Webb2000APR, title={A progressive relaxation intervention at the worksite for African-American women.}, author={Marianne Webb and Kathleen A. Smyth and Hossein N Yarandi}, journal={Journal of National Black Nurses' Association : JNBNA}, year={2000}, volume={11 2}, pages={1-6} }