Stress Detox: How to Rest Deeply
Have you experienced any stress this week?
In 2007, the American Psychological Association began conducting yearly surveys to track how Americans report the levels of stress they experience. The good news: those stress levels appear to be going down. Nonetheless, stress remains a common experience, triggered by worries surrounding money, work, the economy, family responsibilities, and health concerns.
And stress doesn’t just disappear if you ignore it. It usually takes a more proactive approach to take stress and put it in its place.
Recognizing that unhealthy levels of stress can have physical implications, the American Heart Association recommends Four Ways to Deal with Stress. This list includes “Finding Pleasure”: “When stress makes you feel bad, do something that makes you feel good. Doing things you enjoy is a natural way to fight off stress.” They also suggest finding time for “Daily Relaxation”: “Relaxation is more than sitting in your favorite chair watching TV. To relieve stress, relaxation should calm the tension in your mind and body.”
For many people, the sauna is a place of intentional relaxation that makes them feel good, so if you’re feeling stressed out by life right now, instead of trying to plough through your to-do list as quickly as possible, why don’t you take a step back and into your private home sauna to spend just a little bit of time sweating freely and breathing deeply?
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