A new method of calculation of parameters of enthalpy relaxation models is proposed. Regression analysis treatment compares the experimental and calculated values of relaxation enthalpy. The experimental values of relaxation enthalpy are obtained by numerical integration of the difference between the two DSC curves. Contrary to the overall shape of the DSC curve the integral values are not affected by particular heat flow conditions during the DSC experiment. The Narayanaswamy's numerical model based on the Kohlrausch—William—Watts relaxation function was used to calculate the theoretical values of relaxation enthalpy. The application of the proposed method on the DSC experimental data of enthalpy relaxation of As2Se3 is shown.