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5 Ways To Relax After A Stressful Day At Work


After a long day all your mind and body want is to relax and shut away from this crazy, busy world. Sometimes, it’s difficult to switch off, and that’s why I want to share 5 tips for relaxing after a stressful day.

1. Guided Meditation

Meditation can be hard when you are feeling stressed but when someone is guiding you through it you feel a lot more relaxed. I love to listen to BohoBeautiful on YouTube. Finding your breath is so important when you feel stressed because relaxing, controlled breaths reassure your nervous system that everything is going to be fine. Whereas, quick, uncontrolled breathing tells your nervous system that something is wrong and it naturally goes into fight or flight mode. Which results in you feeling anxious and more stressed. Yep, this is how to unwind after a stressful day – with meditation!


2. Spend time with loved ones

This one is pretty self-explanatory. If you’re feeling over-whelmed then give your loved ones a call or even better, go and spend time with them. Even if you don’t want to talk, being in the presence of family and friends can instantly make you feel more relaxed and safe.


3. Get some fresh air

I always feel so refreshed when I take a walk outside after a stressful day. I’ll take my two dogs and they love it too! You don’t have to go far, just a 10-minute walk to appreciate nature and what’s surrounding you.

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4. Take care of your skin

Skin is the human body’s largest organ. So we need to look after it and it can actually be very relaxing. If you want to find out how to get glowing skin in seven easy steps, read this article. After a stressful day, I always take an extra 10 minutes to look after my skin and that’s usually by applying a facemask.


5. Exercise

My favorite way to unwind is with a nice workout. Exercise is great for reducing stress levels. When you exercise, your brain releases endorphins which helps you feel happier and less stressed.

Exercising can also help you sleep better at night. If that’s not enough, exercise is essential for your overall wellbeing.


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