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Calming by awakening the senses

Being able to regulate how you feel and to modulate the level of mental bodily arousal are vital skills for humanitarians who need to be clear headed to be able to make good decisions in challenging work environments.

This exercise releases oxytocin, which is a feel-good brain chemical and hormone that help us stay calm and collected. A release of oxytocin also makes us feel connected to others. It stimulates the skin with its myriads of sensorial nerves.

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IFRC Psychosocial Centre
Hejrevej 30, st.
2400 Copenhagen NV

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