3 tips to improve your overall wellness
At these strange times, it's so important that we take care of both our mental and our physical health. It can be difficult to suss out the best ways to feel better, and not everything works for everyone. Here are three of our top tips for improving your overall wellness.
Invest in some me-time
Whether it's one day a week, half an hour a day, or just a few hours over the weekend, taking time for yourself is extremely important for you to feel your best. The key is to not do things halfheartedly. For best results, switch off your phone and focus just on yourself. Whether it's some yoga, meditation, going for a walk, or a pampering session, make time to focus on yourself. This can help you to take time away from your everyday life and feel less stressed. If you need a little inspiration, check out our easy yoga poses for beginners
, or take a look at our full range of massages
and book yourself in for some deep relaxation when we re-open - bliss!
Improve your sleep
With our hectic lives and plethora of distractions from netflix to nights out, unfortunately most of us don't get enough sleep. Most adults need between 7-8 hours per night, and remember that one night of poor sleep will leave you with sleep debt - the time lost will need to be made up. Download an app or buy a fitness tracker to track your sleep, and figure out how many hours you need to feel energised. Be strict with yourself, cutting down on your evening netflix time, or time taken to get ready in the morning if necessary.
Give your body what it needs
From eating plenty of veggies, to cutting down on processed foods and taking supplements, fueling your body correctly will make you look and feel a million times better. Over time this will increase your confidence. However, taking time on the outside of your body in the form of a deep skin cleanse or a refreshing eye mask is sure to increase your overall wellness too. Check out our full range of facials for healthier, happier skin
and a more relaxed and confident you.