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Simple ways to stay energised throughout the day

"It’s always these small things that have a big impact on us," said certified nutritionist Rashi Chowdhary

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An essential parameter of good health is a sound body and mind. And that is achieved when one feels relaxed and rested. However, given the pandemic coupled with everyday concerns, one may not always be able to stay calm and composed. So, if you have been finding it difficult to channelise your inner energy, here are some simple relaxation methods that can be practised whenever you feel low on energy, recommends certified nutritionist Rashi Chowdhary.

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Our physical and emotional healing happens when we are in the rest and relax mode not in fight or flight. If we’r always wired thinking about what we need to do next with an undercurrent of stress rather than ease, healing becomes harder. Here are 5 ways to keep coming back into the rest and relax mode all through the day. If you have anything else that you use, pleaseee post it in the comments section. 1. Start your day with some morning rituals. anything that makes you feel good. doesn’t have to be productive. 2. Take a quick short power nap in the day. They really help your nervous system calm down. 3. Practice water memory. Every-time you remember, say a little prayer or put the bessst possible intention for yourself into the water or coffee or green tea that you’re drinking. 4. Focus on your breath from start to finish and let it bring you to the present moment. 5. Hear something that lights you up inside. I use @insighttimer for their soulful music. (not a paid promotion or anything) and @samgarrettmusic his stuff is ammmazing too. It instantly makes me feel connected to a higher vibration and makes me really happy. It’s always these small things that have a big impact on us 😍 #rconeprogram #rcfoodpsychology #rcanxietyhacks #rcwatermemory

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“Our physical and emotional healing happens when we are in the rest and relax mode, not in fight or flight (mode). If we’re always wired thinking about what we need to do next with an undercurrent of stress rather than ease, healing becomes harder,” she said, while sharing some simple ways in which one can feel relaxed through the day.

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*Start your day with morning rituals, anything that makes you feel good. Doesn’t have to be productive.

*Take a short power nap in the day. It really helps your nervous system calm down.

stress-free living, how to stay relaxed all through the day, relaxing techniques, rashi chowdhary, how to stay calm, water memory, how to stay relaxed, pandemic worry, indianexpress.com, indianexpress, Take a quick power nap. (Source: Getty Images/Thinkstock)

*Practice water memory. Every-time you remember something, say a little prayer or put the best possible intention for yourself into the water/coffee/green tea that you’re drinking.

*Focus on your breath from start to finish and let it bring you to the present moment.

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*Hear something that lights you up from the inside, say music.

“It’s always these small things that have a big impact on us,” she mentioned.

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First published on: 02-11-2020 at 14:10 IST
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