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How do I Relax?

How do I Relax?

Are you having problems shutting down from your day, under stress or just don't know where to start to reach your full relaxation potential? Use this article to give you some helpful ideas on where to start, the key to relaxation is to figure out what works best for you and you should start off by asking yourself these questions

  • What can I do throughout the day to help me relax?
  • What can help me be relaxed on a weekly basis?
  • What techniques can I use when I am extremely stressed out?
  • What techniques can I use for stress maintenance?

Once you answer those questions it will give you a good foundation to start and the next thing you should do after you answer those questions is take a breath. Slowly breath in through your nose and out through your mouth to the count of five to start relaxing your body, by controlling your breathing pattern and being aware of your breathing, you will have a good way to be calm yourself in stressful situations.

When you get home, take a social media and electronics break. Replace that time by taking 45 minutes when you get home from work to unwind by doing something that you genuinely enjoy, whether it be reading, music, cooking or coloring do something that brings you genuine happiness and peacefulness. Once you are done your task try using Nutrovape Relax, this amazing all natural compact, inhalable and easy to use device will be your new go to when you are about to pull your hair out.

Life is stressful and gets in the way a lot. There are a lot of different methods to help you, meditation and yoga are some of the best ways to fully relax and there are tons of tutorials for people of all walks of life. The best thing you can do for your well being is by taking a minute to reground yourself and get back on track. We all need those moments sometimes so take a breath and relax.

Take a Deep Breath

Take a Deep Breath

We are almost out of the 2017 Holidays. Unfortunately, it is still a stressful time until New Year's Eve passes. Read the following article for some tips to stay zen until you see the ball drop.

Tea: Green Tea to be exact. It’s packed with L-Theanine which is a component that reduces anger. Make a cup and be automatically soothed. Also try adding honey to your tea instead of sugar. Honey is an excellent aid in fighting anxiety and depression by naturally producing compounds that reduce swelling in the brain.

Gum and Snacks: Just a few minutes of chewing gum is actually enough to reduce anxiety and cortisol levels. Snacking on something crunchy like celery or trail mix will also comfort you when you feel like there are too many tasks at hand.

Relax: Nutrovape Relax is a great option to try; the oil in this handy little gizmo is 100% natural and made in the USA. With a blend of Passionflower, Chamomille, and Valerian root extract you can't go wrong with this guy at your side. When stress comes calling take a few inhalations and you'll feel totally at peace again.

Water: Whenever you feel stressed, drip a few drops of cold water on your wrists or behind your ears. There are several major arteries under the skin located in those areas. If you focus on cooling those areas down, it will calm your whole body down.

Counting:  But not the way you were taught. Whenever you feel like your situation is too much to handle, take a breath and start counting slowly backward from 10 and then back again. You will be so focused on what comes after 5 that you will start to fully relax. Breathing slowly while you are doing this will also help to lower your blood pressure and heart rate helping to get you back to your normal zen state.

The Light:  Find the sun on a bright day and soak up the rays. If it is a dreary day, a very bright light is a good way to liven spirits and start to get you back to normal.

Christmas and New Years is a time that should be focused on family and loved ones. Don't let stress deter you from what's important in life. Wishing you a healthy New Year from the team at Nutrovape.

The Beginner Guide to Meditation

The Beginner Guide to Meditation

Meditation is an approach to training the mind, but many meditation techniques exist — and you have to learn.

It’s difficult for a beginner to sit for hours and have an “empty mind.” In general, the easiest way to begin meditating is by focusing on the breath — an example of one of the most common approaches to meditation: concentration.

Concentration Meditation

Concentration meditation involves focusing on a single point. This could entail following the breath, repeating a single word or mantra, listening to a repetitive gong or counting beads on a mala.

In this form of meditation, you simply refocus your awareness on the chosen object of attention each time you notice your mind wandering. Rather than pursuing random thoughts, you must let them go. Through this process, your ability to concentrate improves over time.

Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness meditation encourages the practitioner to observe wandering thoughts as they drift through the mind. The intention is not to get involved with the thoughts or to judge them, but simply to be aware of each mental note as it come up.

Through mindfulness meditation, you can see if your thoughts tend to move in particular patterns. Over time, you can become more aware of the human tendency to quickly judge an experience. With practice, an inner balance develops.

There are plenty of other techniques, but the two above are the simplest and most common.

Benefits Of Meditation

Even if relaxation is not the goal of meditation, it is often a result. Since then, studies on the relaxation response have documented the following short-term benefits to the nervous system:

  • Lower blood pressure
  • Improved blood circulation
  • Lower heart rate
  • Less perspiration
  • Slower respiratory rate
  • Less anxiety
  • Lower blood cortisol levels
  • More feelings of well-being
  • Less stress
  • Deeper relaxation

Contemporary researchers are now exploring whether a consistent meditation practice yields long-term health benefits, and noting positive effects on brain and immune function among meditators. In Buddhist philosophy, the ultimate benefit of meditation is liberation of the mind from attachment to things it cannot control, such as external circumstances or strong internal emotions. The liberated or “enlightened” practitioner no longer needlessly follows desires or clings to experiences, but instead maintains a calm mind and sense of inner harmony.

How To Meditate: Simple Meditation For Beginners

This meditation exercise is an excellent introduction to meditation techniques.

  1. Sit or lie comfortably. You may even want to invest in a meditation chair or cushion.
  2. Close your eyes. We recommend using one of our Cooling Eye Masks or Restorative Eye Pillows if lying down.
  3. Make no effort to control the breath; simply breathe naturally.
  4. Focus your attention on the breath and on how the body moves with each inhalation and exhalation. Notice the movement of your body as you breathe. Observe your chest, shoulders, rib cage, and belly. Simply focus your attention on your breath without controlling its pace or intensity. If your mind wanders, return your focus back to your breath.

Maintain this meditation practice for two to three minutes to start, and then try it for longer periods.