7 Ways to Detox Your Emotional Well Being

The government is on the verge of declaring a national lockdown that will, no doubt, affect the wellbeing of many people. It is of paramount importance that we take care of not only our physical health but also our mental and emotional wellbeing.

[Music] seven ways to detox your emotional well-being let it out
wave your arms in the air like you just don’t care that’s what letting go means but
sometimes we care too much is it possible to have a good heart without feeling like we’re constantly drowning
here are seven ways to detox your emotional well-being one give your room a makeover you’d be surprised just how
much very lights and paper cranes could brighten your mood research also shows that adding plants in your home can
reduce your fatigue and anxiety Fung Shui the Chinese art of balancing your environment has been around for nearly
three thousand years changing people’s lives for the better your room should be a safe space for you to unwind and after
a long day at work or school so hit your local craft store and get creative who says detoxing had to be expensive
to hydrate like a boss humans are made up of 75% water so it’s no doubt that dehydration affects the way our brains
think studies show that even mild dehydration can quickly affect our mood pitch the coffee and soda and go for
something more mild and soothing like your favorite herbal teas this’ll also give you an excuse to have a tea party
if you wish detoxing with friends and family might just be what you need 3 watch the sunset if I’m lucky
sometimes I’ll still catch it on my drive home from work but for the most part I’ve been missing it these days it
just doesn’t feel the same time flies by and before we know it another moment is over a study from the University of
California proves that just being in the presence of something beautiful can make you feel more connected to your emotions
similarly researcher J Wayne Jain also discovered that those same emotions not only improve your well-being but
motivates you to be more generous to others there’s no such thing as a boring sunset so seize the day and let it
remind you that even after bad times tomorrow is always nearby for doodle or bullet journal when light feels Vesey we
don’t always have the option of getting away for a vacation so why not get far away with your imagination invest in a
good journal and doodle or plan the month ahead according to medical doctor Maria Rodell the more we are surrounded
by clutter the more it slows us down mentally and physically when your mind is filled with loud thoughts sometimes
all they need is some color and organization 5 revisit your favorite childhood memories who else here feels
like growing up is overrated responsibilities grow by the second and so do your bills but it doesn’t always
have to be this difficult watch a Disney movie or reread a block you loved as a kid it’ll give you the perspective you
need in fact studies led over a decade by dr. Constantine s city Qaida’s shows that nostalgia can combat exile
loneliness and boredom his passion for his roots and memories led him to create a questionnaire called the Southampton
nostalgia scale it turns out that homesickness can help us regain strength to move forward 6 tell someone you’re
sorry people’s ego is tend to always get in the way of being real and honest no
one’s perfect and none of us are a saint if there’s something that you’ve done wrong in the past that you’ve never
fully owned up to call up that person or find them on Facebook and let them know that you’re sorry
research shows that apologizing has some amazing emotional benefits for both the receiver and giver such as helping you
heal move on from the past and building empathy when you bow down and apologize your being the bigger person and this
may bring some closure 7 help those who are less fortunate you don’t need to run a big charity to make a big difference
whether it means volunteering at an animal shelter or donating to a good cause you’re doing something that
matters and this will make you feel better in fact you’ll be surprised to hear that doing good deeds not only
reduces your stress levels but also your blood pressure which increases your lifespan research from Carnegie Mellon
University shows that doing volunteer work may increase physical activity among those who aren’t usually active
I’m lucky because I get to do something meaningful here it’s like to go and I want to thank you guys for being such a
strong supportive community if something’s bothering you or you just need some cheering up know
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