Before going to bed, it's important you take a few steps to relieve stress - for the sake of feeling great tomorrow! Here are a few great tips for doing so.
Three night time stress relief tips
#1: Take a long soak in a hot bath
Run a hot bath (the water just needs to be warmer than your body temperature). Recline down into the water for 15-20 minutes. You can soak for longer if you like. Between the warmth of the water and gravity working in your favour, your kidneys will want to back off the adrenal glands. This will help the release of those stress
hormones like cortisol and adrenalin, bringing more calm into your body.
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#2: Think of something or someone you truly enjoy
Think of something or someone you really enjoy. Something or someone that makes you happy. Notice how this makes your body feel. It could be a lighter feeling, or perhaps a sense of being open in a part of your body. Whatever it is, follow that feeling! Does it have a shape, maybe a colour? It not, that’s fine, too.
#3: Feel your body where it touches your bed
Feel your skin where it touches your bed; feel it contacting your sheet. Then, run your fingers over your resting muscles and feel how they’re supported by your mattress. Stay with your awareness of the sensations in your body. This is a very calming technique – don’t underestimate it! Try it.
Tomorrow morning, you’ll thank me.
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