Best Techniques to help relax in Lockdown.

If you are working from home or office during this Lockdown, it is a good idea to relax after a tiring day. Now we are living in uncertain times, and it is somehow stating the obvious to say that this lockdown is very stressful for many people. In this time most of us will be stuck at home, either alone or with others. I have recently watched some online relaxation sessions which can make us relax during this period. Here we provide some tips of relaxation of the mind and body which can be attained at the minimum economic cost.

 

Yoga and Meditation: There is no one relaxation technique that will work for everyone. Yoga and meditation is an important remedies of our Indian tradition. It is a great way to de-stress and rejuvenate since it has a calming effect on the mind as well as the body. 

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Progressive muscle relaxation: Some people prefer to focus on their body and physical things when relaxing. Muscle relaxation involves a person tensing and then relaxing their muscles as a means to assists them to feel better.

 

Take a walk: Staying fit in this lockdown is one of the best challenge to relax. Walking on ground, roof is a non-strenuous physical activity that can de-clutter one’s mind.

 

Take a nap: Sleeping is a popular way to rejuvenate your mind and body. It helps you grow in a healthy manner. Sleep is natural relaxation therapy.

 

Controlled breathing: Before starting a longer relaxation exercise pay attention to your breathing. Taking control of you breathing can see easy thing to do, but to do this when you are stressed. Breath focus helps you to concentrate on slow, deep breathing and aids you in disengaging from distracting thoughts.

 

Visualization: Visualization techniques involve you transporting you to a relaxing and peaceful place. It means engaging your mind in creating smoothing and pleasant location using imagination. For this technique you can close your eyes and begin to visualise yourself someplace else like a forest or garden, beach etc.