Check out our feature in Redfin’s latest article: “Moving Stressing You Out? Practice These Self-Care Tips” The psychology of moving is well documented. Moving is considered one of the most stressful life events by researchers. No matter how much you love your new home, you might still experience moving anxiety and relocation depression. It is important to practice self-care throughout this transition, so you can stress less during your move. To help you get started, I, along with other experts from across the country, shared some of our best tips and tricks to practice self-care and relieve moving stress and anxiety.
When you’re used to going to yoga class on a regular basis, adapting to the current COVID-19 restrictions can be tough. After all, yoga offers just as many benefits for your emotional well-being as it does for your physical health, so missing out on those classes can be extra difficult during such a stressful time. So how can you find balance without going to a studio? Well, you can try using these budget-friendly tips to begin your very own yoga practice at home.
All kinds of issues present in the stomach. Here are some common complaints and our botanical approach to healing. (take 10 drops and rub on tummy in a circle, 3 times a day) for gas & indigestion, bloating, use focus; for nervous belly and nervous thoughts, use sleep; for chronic digestive stress, use calm; for anger, feeling 'punched in the gut', use de-stress.
Wash your hands, purify your lungs and keep a positive mindset. Since we are all spending a bit more time in our homes, it is a natural time to create some new rituals and intentions around our daily acts. These days, I am taking pointed care of my lungs and respiratory health.
Just like a toddler tantrum, preventing a headache is easier and less stressful than trying to stop one. Research shows that a migraine attack often follows a stressful event or a rough day by about 48-72 hours. If you are prone to this nervous system stress response, what can you do to avoid headaches in the first place? How do you soften the symptoms once the pain has already started? Either way, you need to allow the nervous system to rest and reboot.