International Self Care Day is celebrated annually on July 24th. We wanted to give everyone a head start and make you aware of how important it is to practice “self-care.” When life gets busy, it is easy to forget to take care of ourselves. Although you should never feel guilty about taking time for yourself; It is not selfish to prioritize your health. Why is it important? Self-care encourages you to maintain a healthy relationship with yourself so that you can transmit the good feeling to others.
Research has shown that practicing self-care can reduce or eliminate anxiety and depression, reduce stress, improve concentration, reduce anger, improve energy, and increase happiness. Even a tiny change impact your health in positive ways.
Maybe you are feeling exhausted, uninspired, or unwell? Practicing self-care isn’t always easy; most of us are always crazy busy, have stressful jobs, or have a family to care for. Here are some signs of feeling burnt out:
Here are some ideas on ways to get started, and don’t forget, you can do multiple of these in one day!
Need something included in your daily regimen for better sleep and to reduce pain and stiffness? We have just the thing you can add for some self-care! Our Therapeutic Bed Set is infused with far-infrared emitting minerals. The fabric emits far-infrared rays keeping muscles, joints, tendons, and ligaments supple and relaxed. The bed set helps harmonize bodily functions safely and naturally stimulate recovery time, promoting blood circulation, increasing oxygen flow, and ultimately reducing pain and stiffness. It can be used by itself or underneath a fitted sheet for best results.
Incorporating wellness into your daily routine is an excellent way to feel better daily and promote overall health. What better time to start than now!
Morning pages are the brainchild of Julia Cameron, the author of The Writers Way, initially intended as a daily writing exercise to help writers and artists unblock from any mental resistance they may be facing. The idea is to grab a pen and paper upon first waking in the morning and write down every thought that comes into your brain completely uncensored.