Relaxation might seem obvious but many people forget to incorporate it into their daily schedule. Rely on the 5 senses to help get you serene state.
Studies have shown that expressing gratitude can have positive health benefits, lift your mood, relish good memories reframe negative thought patterns, and build stronger relationships.
Logging quality hours in bed is crucial. When we sleep, we give our bodies time to “take out the trash” - to restore and rejuvenate on a cellular level.
Research has shown that exercising on a regular basis can lead to a mood boost. This is due to the endorphin release that happens when we move our bodies.
The saying “you are what you eat” doesn’t just apply to our physical bodies. Your mood can also be affected by what you consume. Are you giving your brain the nutrition it needs?
Mindfulness allows us to become more reflective versus reactive. It helps us observe our thoughts from an “outsiders” viewpoint, building resilience to how we respond to negative thoughts.