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New Scenic Relaxation Videos Help Reduce Stress, Promote Sense of Calm and Tranquility
Date:2/21/2008

High-quality DVD images create peaceful visual environment, ease anxiety of

patients in doctor's offices, hospitals or hospice care facilities

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, N.J., Feb. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Life is moving at breakneck speed. Deadlines seem shorter. Stress, tension and anxiety too often are the rule rather the exception.

It's time to stop ... breathe ... relax ...

A new line of scenic, relaxation videos is now available from HUG Video Productions. Engineered in a high-quality DVD format, the videos feature compellingly beautiful scenes of nature in a variety of settings, framed in a backdrop of soothing, restful music.

Each video scene is extended and enhanced to allow the viewer to "linger and become absorbed for awhile"... to observe a close-up of the intricacies of a butterfly's wings... watch deer grazing in a rolling field... marvel at the colors of spring and summer blossoms... or meditate on the sights and sounds of gentle surf or a forest stream.

The new HUG Video titles include programs depicting Spring, Autumn, A Day at the Zoo, Secret Courtyards, Marine Life, Beaches, Brooks and Ponds and A Day in the Country. Each HUG Video program lasts about an hour.

HUG Videos originally were designed as a calming visual influence -- an alternative to the usual magazines -- for patients awaiting their doctors in dental and medical reception areas and treatment rooms. Suitable for viewing on monitors, television screens or computer screens, these same programs are now available to everyone -- individuals, business and health care professionals -- seeking to create and experience that same calming visual environment.

Dentists, doctors, hospital and health facility staff, hospice and convalescent home professionals and care-givers in the US, Canada, Europe, Asia, and South America have been reaping the benefits of HUG Videos since 1996.

For more information, please visit http://www.hugvideo.com


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