If you’re as busy as some of the people I know are, then you KNOW how hard it is to truly relax. According to dictionary.com, to relax is to make something less tense, rigid, or firm. Therefore, it would be safe to say that ‘relaxing’ is the act of being less tense, rigid, or firm. Achieving this can be quite difficult. When you’re busy, or the thoughts in your brain are constantly racing, it’s difficult to shut your body down. It isn’t easy to enter a state of calm. Instead of sleeping at night or being able to enjoy alone time, your thoughts are racing and you are not able to be present in a peaceful, enjoyable activity. When this happens, what can you do?
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I’ve listed six (6) techniques that you can use to feel calm below, as well as some very brief instructions and example videos to help guide you.
1) Grounded breathing
The first technique you can practice is grounded breathing. This type of breathing requires you to start with getting your body in a position that is conducive to relaxing and helps you notice the tension in different parts of your body. You would begin by standing or sitting in a chair or couch, with your feet flat on the ground, hands on your lap, clasped or your side (wherever feels more comfortable), shoulders down (it sometimes helps to bring your shoulders up and then back down to notice the difference), and your eyes closed. You will then begin to focus on your breathing as you slowly inhale and exhale. Try to breathe in slowly and count to 3 ( 1-2-3) before exhaling (3-2-1).
Do this a few times before beginning to focus on different parts of your body. Start from your head, all the way down to your toes and back up to your head. Feel free to begin focusing on something that makes you feel calm or happy. For example, feeling waves against your body while you’re at the beach, lying down on a soft pillow, or lying down and feeling the cool breeze against your skin.
N.B: Grounded breathing takes PRACTICE. If you keep doing it, after about 3 to 5 times, you will begin feeling the difference in your body.
2) Do Yoga
Try taking a yoga class or watching a yoga video online. People who have been feeling stressed, anxious or worried, found that Yoga makes them feel more relaxed.
3) Have some tea
Eat or drink one of the following:
- Drink Chamomile tea
- Have a banana smoothie/ shake with cinnamon (if you can have this spice)- This will especially help those who are having problems sleeping
- Soursop tea/ drink
Doing some form of exercise can be very helpful for some people who can’t quite relax. It might sound counterproductive, but give it a try!
5) Get a massage
According to the Mayo Clinic, getting a massage can have many benefits for a person’s mind and body. Research has shown that massages can help a person feel more relaxed and reduce muscle tension.
Meditation is a great way to help clear your mind and allow you to be more focused. This clarity of mind also aids in helping you become more relaxed.
If you need help doing any of the above techniques, not sure where or how to start, or you have exhausted them all, don’t be discouraged. Feel free to contact us. You might just need a bit more help to get into a relaxation groove that works best for you.