You only have one life to live. Live in the moment, live in the now. Live your happiest and best life possible. With all the stress of finances, working, family life, sometimes we lose track of ourselves and we end up getting sick, both mentally and physically sick. It’s important to take time for yourself and here are some helpful tips on how to TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF!
Get a Goodnight’s Rest
Sleep and mental health are connected! Folks struggling with mental health problems are more likely to having sleeping disorders. Getting a goodnight’s rest will overall improve your life to a better you! You might not be doing so hot if your mattress is over 7 years old. If you have been waking up each morning with stiffness, numbness, aches, and pains it is most likely time for a new mattress. Getting a good night’s rest can take a serious toll on your daytime energy, productivity, emotional balance, and even your weight.
Get Some Exercise
Exercise helps with depression and anxiety because it releases feel-good endorphins! Working out also helps break the cycle of negative thoughts! The term exercise sometimes has a negative stigma too it but simply going for walks regularly can help improve overall mood.
Start Meditating & Yoga
Yoga and meditation is an approach to better health and wellness. Physically benefits of yoga include but are not limited to increased flexibility, increase muscle strength and tone, improved energy, protection from injury, and even maintaining a balanced metabolism. Yoga and meditation help manage stress because the incorporation of breathing in the practice overall can help improves a person’s mental well-being!
Brushing Your Teeth is Self-Care
A healthy mouth is more important than you might think! Your smile says a lot about you, be sure to take care of it. Poor oral health can cause cavities, gum disease, oral cancer, and poor self-esteem. Be sure to brush your teeth at least twice a day with fluoride toothpaste and to floss at least once a day.
Take Time For Yourself
Life can be overwhelming at times. Schedule time for yourself, moments alone can help you stay grounded. Take time to relax, and we recommend sitting back in a massage chair! Massage chairs target specific muscles that help relieve pain, relax muscles, and help reduce stress! Massages help improve blood flow, helping speeding up recovery from injuries and ailments as well as eliminating toxins from the body.