Imagine that

06/23/2003
Much has been said and written about the power of imagination. Visualization, a form of imagination, is employed to obtain desired results in many fields today, including sports, medicine, public speaking, politics, and religion, to name a few. In medicine, for example, a patient suffering from a migraine or cluster headache can use biofeedback to cause blood vessels in the neck and head to expand, allowing more blood and oxygen to the brain, alleviating the headache.Likewise, in just about every sport, coaches now have athletes visualize making that basket, or golf shot, or difficult jump. Many successful athletes utilize the technique, imagining their success before a competition even b...
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