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Self Care Keeps Us Peaceful Inside

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Do you ever wonder why it sometimes feels really difficult to choose peaceful action? Sometimes we get into a cranky mood, or things don’t seem to be going our way, and we lose sight of our peaceful nature. Do you really want to welcome peace into your life? It gets a lot easier when you get rid of the biggest thief of peaceful feelings: stress.

More and more people are realizing that self-care is the key to easing stress. To cultivate peace, then we must make time in our busy days to relieve stress. We can do this through exercise, meditation, stretching, enjoying a short nap, and even just taking time to go with our own flow without obligations or demands.

Stretching eases tension and that helps us feel more peaceful.

Yoga has been shown to reduce stress in the body by stretching the muscles and holding specific postures that target particular muscle groups.

Yoga is an ancient form of gentle stretching and breathing exercise that originated in India. It has helped people relieve stress, tone their bodies, strengthen their muscles, improve posture, sleep better, enjoy healthier digestion, and a host of other benefits. It is said that yoga helps us become more peaceful by improving our overall mood and wellbeing. When we feel good, it’s amazing how much more peaceful we feel inside. That translates to healthier relationships with others.

Living moderately can contribute to a more peaceful life.

People who tend toward excess may find that their lives parallel the same ups and downs as their unhealthy habits do. Anything that causes addiction can rob us of peaceful moments.

Those who drink alcohol to excess; smoke cigarettes; take pills; overeat, or otherwise go to addictive extremes are likely to experience mood swings. They may have trouble sleeping or lose their patience more easily. They could feel tired, get sick more often, and generally experience mental health and relationships problems due to an unbalanced lifestyle. Curb your addictive behaviors, and find healthy outlets to relieve stress. In doing so, you can enjoy the peaceful feeling of living on an even keel.

A short nap often helps us feel more calm, peaceful, and able to handle the challenges of life.

Many people don’t get enough sleep. They may choose to keep late hours due to a demanding job. Perhaps stress has taken its toll. Either can make it difficult for them to settle down at the end of a hectic day.

Studies have shown that catching some shut-eye for even as few as 15 minutes to a half-hour can provide the brain with just enough rest to tackle the rest of the day’s problems with grace and ease.

So if you’d rather be focused than frazzled, graceful rather than grumpy, then grab that afternoon power nap and prepare to face life’s challenges from a more peaceful point of view.

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This article provides general information and discussion about health and related subjects. The information and other content provided in this article, or in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. Consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having.

Self Care Keeps Us Peaceful Inside

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