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But only in helping ourselves can we help others and do good work. Just in time for the long Memorial Day weekend, here are 20 ways that can truly help you relax, refresh and recharge.

Many of these activities take just a few minutes. We often forget to focus on the simplest, shortest and one of the most restorative activities available to us: Yoga teacher Anna Guest-Jelley suggested taking five deep breaths. Your body has a built-in break — how great is that?! Cole , a life coach and retreat leader. She also whips up delicious and nourishing meals in her kitchen. Cole shares other ideas for tending to yourself in this post.

Some people like to unwind by writing pages in their journal, said Lisa Kaplin , PsyD, a life coach who helps her clients during particularly stressful times in their lives and teaches stress management classes to corporations. Others prefer to jot down one or two lines about their day, she said. But if this becomes another task on your to-do list, skip it, she added. This is especially helpful for relaxing. She suggested writing down the top three good things that happen to you today.

Focus on the seemingly small things. Our hand pulls back from fire before we even register heat, our eyes blink before we are aware of a sharp sound, our hand reaches out to catch something before we know it is falling. If the answer is no — and it often is — I let it go.

If the answer is yes, then I do what I can and move on. This gives you a specific time to focus on nurturing yourself and your needs. The key, according to Louden, in creating a daily ritual is repetition. Turn off the other lights. Stretch across your bed, taking your time, exaggerating your movements. Feel the cool sheets against your body. Moving slowly, open a book of poetry or an uplifting…book , and slowly read a page.

Allow the wisdom and beauty of what you are reading to enter your mind. Put the book aside. Take a minute to concentrate on the candle flame. Blow out the candle, and curl into peaceful sleep. Play is a wonderful way to unwind, especially for grown-ups. For instance, in her book, Louden suggests everything from finger-painting to playing tag to watching cartoons to digging in the dirt to throwing a Frisbee to going to the zoo to swinging on the swings at a park.

She suggested visualizing yourself at a favorite spot. Be as specific as you can. Are you by the ocean? Is it a calm current or are the waves crashing?

Are there kids playing? Are they making sand castles or playing in the water? Is the sand white and smooth? Or is it a sparkling black like the Muriwai Beach in New Zealand?

Kaplin suggested taking a minute walk. Guest-Jelley suggested repeating this exercise three to five times. Exhale, bend your knees and fold forward arms dangling or resting wherever they come on your legs. Hang out here for a breath and then on your next inhale, press through your feet and come up to standing, reaching your arms overhead.

Exhale and rest your arms by your sides. People usually start their days with these two activities. Listen intently to their concerns. Engaging your senses is a powerful way to relax, Lindor said. What do you see, hear and smell?

What do the window treatments look like? A short nap, according to Kaplin, can feel like a mini-vacation. But anything over 30 minutes takes you into deep sleep, and makes you groggy. Engage your sense of smell at home. Lindor suggested showering with lavender or peppermint body wash, applying rose hand gel or burning a scented candle.

For instance, this might be anything from enjoying breakfast in bed to going out for lunch. Repeat this three or four times. Just remember not to judge yourself for whatever you choose. She also explores self-image issues on her own blog Weightless and creativity on her blog Make a Mess: Find help or get online counseling now.

By Margarita Tartakovsky, M. Release the tension in your jaw. Get clear on what you need to do. Create a bedtime ritual. Participate in gentle movement. Brush your teeth, and wash your face. Focus on the present moment. Take a minute catnap. Treat yourself like you would a loved one. Take a bathroom break. Figure out what works for you. Retrieved on October 16, , from https: Hot Topics Today 1.

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Perhaps the word you are looking for is playboy , though in later years it has taken on a connotation of sexual promiscuity. Bibliophile or bibliophilism is the act of loving books. A person who finds intelligence to be the most attractive feature in a human being.

This should be known and used more often by masses. An inquisitive person is intellectually curious, eager for knowledge and likes to inquire, research and ask questions. The most crucial trait of any knowledge lover. Known as the name given to a person who have deep inner need for quiet, a desire to understand, analyze the world they live in and learn deeper truth of this universe.

Having or showing great knowledge, mastery or learning. Possessing or displaying erudition. Leonardo da Vinci was one of the best known knowledge lover. He opened corpses to learn how human body functions, played with candle and canvas to see how shadow works, observed the flow of water to create mechanics.

His life was filled with exciting experiments. To learn better watch this documentary. Make yours and share with this community of knowledge. Press enter to begin your search. By Gaurav Dhiman April 25, Words. In children, excessive worrying centers on future events, past behaviors, social acceptance, family matters, personal abilities, and school performance.

Along with many of the symptoms that appear in adults, some red flags for GAD in children are:. Support from other people is vital to overcoming GAD. This person should be someone you can talk to for an uninterrupted period of time, someone who will listen to you without judging, criticizing, or continually being distracted by the phone or other people. Build a strong support system. Human beings are social creatures. Talk it out when your worries start spiraling.

If you start to feel overwhelmed with anxiety, meet with a trusted family member or friend. Just talking face to face about your worries can make them seem less threatening. Your anxious take on life may be something you learned when you were growing up.

When considering who to turn to, ask yourself whether you tend to feel better or worse after talking to that person about a problem. Be aware that having GAD can get in the way of your ability to connect with others. Anxiety and constant worrying can leave you feeling needy and insecure, causing problems in your relationships. Think about the ways you tend to act when you're feeling anxious, especially anxious about a relationship.

Do you test your partner? Once you're aware of any anxiety-driven relationship patterns, you can look for better ways to deal with any fears or insecurities you're feeling. In these situations, you can quickly self-soothe and relieve anxiety symptoms by making use of one or more of your physical senses:. Sight — Look at anything that relaxes you or makes you smile: Sound — Listen to soothing music, sing a favorite tune, or play a musical instrument.

Or enjoy the relaxing sounds of nature either live or recorded: Using Your Senses to Alleviate Stress. Smell — Light scented candles. Smell the flowers in a garden. Breathe in the clean, fresh air. Spritz on your favorite perfume. Taste — Slowly eat a favorite treat, savoring each bite. Sip a hot cup of coffee or herbal tea. Chew on a stick of gum. Enjoy a mint or your favorite hard candy. Touch — Give yourself a hand or neck massage. Cuddle with a pet. Wrap yourself in a soft blanket.

Sit outside in the cool breeze. Movement — Go for a walk, jump up and down, or gently stretch. Dancing, drumming, and running can be especially effective. The Mental Health Benefits of Exercise: For Depression, Anxiety, and Stress. For maximum relief of GAD, try to get at least 30 minutes of physical activity on most days. Exercise that engages both your arms and legs—such as walking, running, swimming, or dancing—are particularly good choices.

True prowess is a source of satisfaction but got-to-get-to-the-top stress is not for everyone and in fact may stop a talented person from finding. 5. Make a list of the day's triumphs. Other people like to write down what they're grateful for, Kaplin said. This is especially helpful for relaxing. Anxiety can cause people to breathe more rapidly than normal and taking deep, Rather than seeking out "relaxing" genres of music, it is best to go with your.