Relaxometers and GSR2 Instrument
Relaxometers have many uses, mainly to do with managing stress and your reactions to stress. They are used to help deal with high blood pressure, anxiety about nothing in particular, panic attacks, fear of flying, or of dogs, or just of going out, and many other situations like stammering and giving birth. They have been used in hospitals and clinics as well as by the public since we introduced them in 1971 and are one of the tools those working in Stress Management expect to use to help them help sufferers. They are simple and easy to understand and use, so many sufferers like to have one at home. Like pills in the medicine cabinet, it is reassuring to know it is there in case you need to go back to it.
The Relaxometers each have a loudspeaker, and a socket for standard light-weight stereo headphones, with a Volume control and a Frequency adjustment to set the tone for the particular user.
The difference is that the Model Q also has a meter so you can see changes too, and a socket for suitable external apparatus.
The GSR2 instrument is small and simple and does the same things as the Relaxometers; it is quieter, and good for one person to use on their own, but less useful when two people want to hear it. Its size and its little earpieces make it easy to carry around and use in everyday situations at work, or flying, or playing sports, or whenever you feel you are under pressure. It has a loudspeaker, a pair of earpieces and a Frequency adjustment control. The picture below also shows the optional Temperature Probe and the optional Meter.
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