Physiological and psychological effects of rapid relaxation devices using sensorial immersion: a pilot study

Norma GOMES, Sepideh IRANFAR, Slah ARIDHI & Alice GUYON
In developed societies, the number of people diagnosed with chronic stress-related illnesses has risen rapidly in recent years. To meet the increasing demand for relaxation and well-being, several companies have developed relaxation installations to be used within business premises or in public locations. The effects of such devices on physiological and psychological parameters have not been scientifically tested yet. This pilot study (N=40) evaluates the variations of 4 physiological and 11 psychological parameters on four...
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