April 14, 2024 03:14:36 booked.net

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5 Ways To Fit Relaxation Into A Busy Schedule, which will be calm your mind, life

  1. Record How You Spend Your Time

The first step to giving yourself more relaxation time is to figure out where you can make room in your schedule. “Evaluate your schedule to figure out what’s wasting your time or energy,” says health coach Jill Ginsberg over email. “There are lots of “’time thieves” in our lives,’ including the internet, television, and draining people. Replace those time thieves with healthy alternatives that help you feel your best, such as exercise, cooking, self care, or more sleep.”

  1. Outsource Activities

Sometimes we can’t do everything ourselves, and there are times when we need to put someone else on a task to give ourselves that free time. “Redistributing some of your work will free up your time and allow you to focus some of that extra time on maintaining your health and relaxing,” says Ginsberg. “Delegate the stuff you hate doing or are terrible at doing and focus on what you do best.”

  1. Focus On Your Breath

If you don’t have time for a full-on spa day, you can take a few minutes any where you are just to focus on your breath. “This exercise can be done at your desk or even in a tense meeting,” says meditation teacher and massage therapist Kathleen Lisson over email. “Take a slow deep inhale through your nose, then exhale through your nose. Count to two, then inhale again. Pausing in between breaths brings relaxation.”

  1. Have A Good Laugh

Whether you spend a few minutes watching a funny YouTube video, chatting with friends, or thinking of a funny memory, allow yourself a good laugh. Laughter can help reduce stress, sooth tension, stimulate your organs, relieve pain, and even improve your immune system, according to Mayo Clinic.

  1. Embrace Nap Time

“Setting aside 20 to 30 minutes for an adult nap provides significant health benefits, including improved performance, alertness and energy, while avoiding a groggy period after the rest,” says Dr. Tieraona Low Dog, chief medical officer of Well & Being over email. “Find a quiet spot to settle in, get comfortable and use an eye mask to keep bright lights at bay during your nap. Remember to set an alarm on your phone for 20 to 30 minutes so you don’t oversleep. You will wake up refreshed, revitalized, and ready to take on the world.”

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