Fresh air and exercise – make sure you get outside at least once during the day for a 15-minute brisk walk. This helps relieve tension, stimulates blood flow to help you feel awake, and take in healthy Vitamin D from the sun to help boost your immune system.
Get enough sleep – make sure you get seven to eight hours per night. Being on your devices and watching TV in the evening can negatively affect your nervous system and keep you awake and restless at night. In bed by 10:30 is best and at least one hour with no devices at all.
Take naps – taking a 20-minute restorative nap in the afternoon gives you a
boost of energy to finish your day. Napping can actually help you sleep better at night too. But no longer that 20 minutes, otherwise you are entering REM sleep that can negatively affect your sleep quality at night.
Eat food that is alive – eat a plant-based diet with lots of fresh veggies. The energy available in food that is alive immediately gives you an energy boost. If you are tired after a meal, you have either eaten too much or the meal does not contain enough of the fresh stuff.
Essential Oils – use a diffuser, roll-on or a few drops on a cotton ball. Try citrus scents such as; orange, lemon and grapefruit that boost theproduction of the ‘happy’ hormone serotonin. Peppermint is uplifting and stimulates the mind.
Come to my 5-minute Wellness Routine Energy workshop on March 28 – to learn techniques to naturally balance your body’s energies, reduce stress, and turn on your inner healer so you can experience optimal health, joy and vitality! It is only 2.5 hours of your life. Reserve your spot here.
I wish you an abundant Spring season filled with much love, passion and adventure. As always I am here to support you in this life journey – and welcome your feedback.