Are you relaxed enough?

Relaxation techniques
In recent years there has been a lot of talk about relaxation. But are we relaxing enough? Can we really relax enough? Not everyone can. Relaxation is important not only for the body, but also for the mind. The biggest problem for relaxation is lack of time. I say “no time” on purpose. We often say that we don\’t have time for ourselves because we have to do so many things at work and at home. This is of course true. But we don\’t need much time to relax. And let\’s really think about how we spend every minute of our day. How many minutes do we spend scrolling through Facebook or other platforms? How much time do we spend smoking or engaging in other bad habits? And how much time do you spend watching TV shows that you don\’t get much out of? Let\’s look at some ways to relax and unwind that will only take a few minutes, but that your body and mind will appreciate.


Listen to music.

When was the last time you put on some music and just sat and sang or listened? Hasn\’t it been quite a while? Turn off the TV, light a candle, and put on your favorite music. Just sit down and just listen. You will find that it will give you more than any other program.

A hot bath or shower. 22]

You\’re going to have to wash anyway, so relax this way and you won\’t need the extra time. Prepare a pleasantly scented shower gel, light a candle, play relaxing music, and close your eyes while showering or bathing to feel all the sensations of the water, its temperature, the intensity of the flow, and the sounds. Also, notice the scent of the shower gel and feel the sensations while bathing or showering. You will find that even ordinary hygiene can be a very pleasant and relaxing experience.


Try yoga or meditation.

Yoga stretches and meditation can be done in as little as 10 minutes. It\’s a great way to calm your mind, relax, and let go of the negative thoughts of the day. It is truly priceless.