5 Steps to Relaxation

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Those working in an office environment, sitting behind a desk, surrounded by people, going from meetings to meetings and being involved in projects with deadlines surely recognize themselves when we talk symptoms of feeling agitated, restlessness, low energy level, pains in neck, shoulder, lower back and possibly also headaches. Don’t stress, try these 5 steps to RELAXATION!

1. Breathe

Whenever I advise people to breathe some will start giggling by looking at me as if I was crazy – of course they’re breathing! Calm down people, what I mean is, as soon as your breath is high up your chest or throat it’s time to sit down, close your eyes (or look out the window) and bring your breathing down to your belly. Drop all your thoughts, plans and actions and breathe. Set a timer for 1 minute if this is all the time you have in between the madness and feel how the tension flows out.

2. Clear your Mind

Bringing the focus on your breathing, your mind automatically no longer has control over you. Try to hold this state of being for as long as you can, keep focusing on your breathing and notice how you can approach things steadily and move mountains if necessary afterwards. And remember this, a clear mind is…..a clean desk! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  1. Rinica

    Great post, I think I need to take some of these tips on board! It can be so easy to get caught up with work and stress slowly starts to affect your health as well. Think I need to try the breathing techniquesโ€ฆI love Yoga after work as well great to clear a stressed mind! ๐Ÿ™‚

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      Thanks Rinica and please do ๐Ÿ˜€ Let me know if you would like to have more tips! I’m full of them but not always sure where to start ๐Ÿ˜‰
      I wrote a simple breathing technique in an earlier post: Take care, x