Quick Tips to Keep You Stress Free
May 27, 2017
Quick Tips On How You Can Release Stress And Feel Your Best:
- Go for a brisk walk, be sure to exercise regularly at least 3-5 times per week. As a plus, you can rub peppermint essential oil onto your temples, or rub into sore muscles before or after exercise.
- Get Adequate fresh air and sunshine, at least 15-20 minutes per day. Just for your information extra virgin coconut oil has natural SPF properties of 10, and lavender is a wonderful oil to blend with it for added soothing sensation to the skin. Not mention lavender naturally helps ease feelings of tension.
- Take time each day for meditation at least 5-10 minutes. Try yoga, or Tai-Chi. Great essential oils to diffuse in the air or rub onto your temples and third eye (center between eyebrows) is arborvitae and frankincense.
- Start each day with gratitude and positive affirmations. Lemon essential oil may help stop the negative self-talk. Lemon oil is uplifting to the mind, and when applied on the base of the skull gives a sense of courage and hope.
- Use a daily planner to stay organized and on track. This helps minimize overload, and feeling overwhelmed. Many people are turning back to a written planner that allows you to plan both personal and work priorities. Examples of planners are The Law of Attraction Planner or Passion Planner. You might like to try peppermint, lemon, or melaleuca essential oils rubbed over the middle to outer edge of your right foot, and on the base of your skull, and temples.
- Eat a healthy balanced diet. Rub diluted oregano and melaleuca oil on the bottoms of your feet for a cleansing feeling, and ginger and peppermint oil over your tummy to support digestion.
- Acupuncture and cupping can help to keep your Qi-energy balanced, improve circulation, balance hormones, and reduce stressful feelings. Treatments are designed to build upon the next with a cumulative effect. Each treatment is created with you in mind to help you move from where you are right now to where you’d like to be.
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