Do you ever feel that you are very hard on yourself? It is very common but definitely not something that should be normalized. Literally each and everyone of us will agree that if we do something and a stranger does something exactly similar, we would consider ourselves dumb but will support and help the stranger out. This is primarily because of the poor relationship we have with ourselves.
While it is difficult to work on this relationship, it is actually the most important relationship that you will ever have in your life. Prioritize it and try to make it better. Here are a few ways I believe work efficiently in improving our relationship with ourselves.
There is nothing better than a long, relaxing bath after an intense day at work. Setting up the bath and then finally enjoying it is one of the simplest ways of self care. This ritual is so personal and hugely relaxing that it becomes a form of refuge for most of us. We escape into our bathrooms and experience true peace. During these crazy COVID times also we have engaged in so many productive activities that at the end of the day, all we wanted to do was take a nice hot bath and go off to sleep. This is why we have listed 5 ways in which people can prepare their ultimate relaxing bath.
Cannabis has gained immense popularity in the past few years. From doctors to bartenders in a dispensary, everyone advocates the use of cannabis for medical purposes for reasons clearly known to mankind.
You see, cannabis is being looked at as a therapeutic alternative with a mysterious potential to alleviate pain. And it’s being touted as medicine for severe conditions such as cancer and epilepsy.
Look at the research papers and anecdotal evidence given by people all over the US.
Invest the free time you have in your growth; meditate, develop your skills and stay connected while keeping overall health in check.
The spread of coronavirus has forced us to stay indoors and maintain social distancing. It could be frightening for anyone to acknowledge the casualties that have been happening lately due to the disease and how easily communicable it is. Maintaining good personal hygiene and overall health are the foremost things to keep in check, though spending prolonged isolation could be mentally lethargic. What I meant to say is, while we all are at home spending most of our time with ourselves and our families, we could utilize this period for self-growth and indulge ourselves in things we didn’t have time for before, while keeping overall health in check.
If you have difficulty completing a task at work or learning about an important topic, you might have wished to get that superpower to concentrate. Concentration is a term that denotes the mental efforts to do something.
Studies show that concentration difficulties are linked to various psychological conditions, such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, etc. Moreover, alcohol and certain medications can also lead to lack of focus. Although Adderall, a common ADHD medication, can help improve focus, they cause various side-effects. In today’s post, we are going to shed light on the top tricks to boost concentration without taking medications.
There’s always someone in the family who thinks that they can fix anything. Be it wall paint or loose hinges on the door, they are up for everything. But, while you can afford to get the small things done by your self proclaimed efficient father or husband, there’s also a long list of household chores that should only be handled by a professional.
You may be able to fix things for a while, but when it comes to doing things in the best way, there’s no comparison to the work of experts. Today, let me walk you through 4 common household chores that should only be done by professionals and not your handy father.
We have all been in a place where the stress of work drowns us and leaves us feeling low. Since most of the people are working from home today, the stress is different but still there. You may have the liberty to work from your bed and in your pajamas or while your dog sits on your lap begging for rubs but there are several factors that increase the stress level. The fear of losing the job, lack of focus, lack of structure and most importantly social isolation. It can all subtly contribute to raising stress and anxiety.
On the other hand, the situation is not different for people who have to reach their office every day during this pandemic. There is the need to be cautious of getting sick or dealing with an angry boss. So, whether you are at your office desk every day or working from home, there is no denying that work stress does get a grip on you once in a while. For people with anxiety disorders, the occurrence may be more frequent. In either case, I have something that can help you deal with the work stress in a better and natural way. It is called CBD.
Corona virus has along with it brought uncharted territories for us to explore. There is not a lot I can say about the pandemic that has not already been said. The standard washing your hands, and practicing good hygiene is a mainstay in the list of things you need to take care of. But there are also added precautions that one needs to take against this novel corona-virus.
Most of us find ourselves riding a battle against sleep. Particularly because of our fondness for Netflix and late-night TV shows. Or simply because of nightmares or sleep disorders like insomnia. Whatever the reason there’s one thing for sure cannabis can be an exceptional aid for all your sleep problems.