Practicing meditation can effectively change your perception
Yes! By re-training negative thought patterns and fear-based responses.
Meditation can give you the right tools to help you determine your reality over any negative self-talk.
This can help you respond in a state of conscious thought, rather than reacting to a perceived threat.
Why not give it a go!
Did you know that laughing helps you to increase serotonin, a hormone responsible for our happy feelings?
Laughter triggers the release of serotonin, a feel-good chemical that is produced in your GUT.
Increasing serotonin levels may help you to stabilise your moods and reduce depressive and anxious feelings.
This can help with sleep quality.
We think it’s time for a great big belly laugh, out loud for the world to hear!!
Yoga has long been known to be a great antidote to stress.
Yoga combines many popular stress-reducing techniques.
These techniques include;
- Learning to control your breath
- Clearing your mind and relaxing your body.
Why not try a 'Sun Salutation' yoga sequence first thing in the morning.
This method was designed to greet the day, linking breath with motion, and increasing flexibility as well as strength.
Research shows that if you get a good nights sleep or even a cheeky nap, it can help reduce feelings of stress and overwhelm.
Tips for improved sleep include:
- Starting the day with sunlight
- Avoiding caffeine after 12pm
- Meditation before bed
- Using blue light filters
- Having a warm bath before bed
- Taking time to reflect and manage stress.
- Having a wonderfully warm and aromatic cup of herbal tea.
5. Have a cup of MeVa Co Tea
Drinking Herbal Tea has been a tradition used for thousands of years to help manage all kinds of ailments, from sleep to anxiety, digestion and immunity, energy and brain function.
Including different types of herbal teas in your day may help to keep your moods better balanced, allowing you to handle stress better.
Herbal Teas really do have the WOW factor
**DISCLAIMER - Information provided on this site is for educational use only and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner.