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Unwind Yourself


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Unwind Yourself


With many of us living life in the fast lane, it's hard to find ways to unwind, relax and just generally slow down. Stress can build up and grow if not tackled and can often result in us feeling overwhelmed.


One of the most important ways to unwind is to have some time alone! If you're a busy parent, we completely understand that getting time alone can be near impossible. Some of us can't even go to the loo in peace before having our children calling out for us! (Honestly, 2 minutes of peace...please!)


So, do whatever it takes. Leave the house if you live with others. Get a friend or family member to look after the kids. How you choose to spend your time alone is entirely up to you. Read a book. Have a bath. Listen to some music. Whatever. Just have some time to yourself!


The act of picking up a coloured pencil and colouring in lines allows our minds to concentrate on the activity and, not on other things. It takes your attention away from yourself and life and allows you to be more present. It relaxes the brain.


Listening to music can help us escape the moment which in return will aid our bodies to relax and unwind. It doesn't necessarily need to be classical or piano music, just music that you enjoy listening to. If heavy metal is what you're into (as long as it doesn't make your heart beat ten times faster), then listen to this.


Remember, no matter how busy your life is, you need to make sure you slow down every now and then and take time out to recuperate. You don't want to burn out! These aren't the only ways to unwind, relax and take time for yourself but they're certainly an easy start!


Reading is the perfect way to allow yourself to escape reality after work and dive into an entirely different world. Not only is it great for entertainment, reading can help improve your memory, increase your attention span, and reduce stress levels. Helllooo, new library card.


If you have trouble letting yourself relax properly, here are a few tips to make it easier to relax at the end of the day! Remember that relaxation is so important for your well-being, so make try making it a priority to unwind properly every single day.


Therefore, try to take some time out for yourself at the end of a busy, tiring day, to help your body unwind before bed. Failing to do so often results in lying in bed wide awake, with the stress building up, making it difficult to fall asleep.


Feet are the most crucial part of the body when it comes to regulating your body temperature. So, next time you unwind before bed, try wearing socks, fluffy slippers or keep a blanket over your feet, as this will help you get into the mood of comfort and relaxation.


Got a problem to fix but running low on energy? Not feeling one hundred percent? Everyone needs some time just to unwind themselves. Whether this is by having a peaceful sleep or doing something you love to do, everyone needs time for themselves. Follow this guide to unwind, de-stress and chill out, so that you can take a breath and relax.


Seeking a bit of relaxation on a tight schedule? Head to Solaris Massage for one of three 30-minute treatments. Whether you want to focus on a particular trouble spot, ease tension in your head or flee the summer heat with a cold stone session, the Solaris Massage team will be sure to make every relaxation-focused minute count. If you find yourself with more free time, a number of 60- and 90-minute treatments are also available.


Join Nathalie Keijzer, instructor of the BG5 Foundation Course at the International BG5 Business Institute, in the one hour event to help you understand how your Monkey Mind operates, how to transform the negative mind chatter and how to get yourself realigned. (bit.ly/BG5MonkeyMind)


Understanding how you spend your time helps give you control over your schedule. Look for where you might be wasting time or can spend less on a certain activity, then schedule in breaks for yourself as a nice reward.


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