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Tips for Chilling Out – EASY WAYS TO RELAX
1. Take slow, deep breaths. Breathing exercises are one of the simplest relaxation strategies, and can calm your stressed-out body and mind. Sit or lay down in a quiet and safe place and put one of your hands on your belly. Breathe in to a slow count of three, and then breathe out to the same slow count of three. Feel your belly rise and fall as you breathe in and out. Repeat five times, or as long as you need to feel relaxed.
2. Visualize your calm. Sit in a quiet and safe place and begin to think about a place in the world where you feel most calm – “find your happy place”. Close your eyes and imagine all the details linked to that place: the sights, sounds, smells, tastes, and tactile feelings. For example, if you think of the beach, you might imagine calm waves, the sound of children playing in the sand, the smell of sunscreen, the taste of cool ice cream and the feel of gritty sand under your feet. The more you get into your visualization, the more you can relax.
3. Write down your thoughts. Getting things off your mind by writing them down may help you relax. When you feel stressed, take a few minutes to write down some short notes about how you’re feeling or how your day is going. Just focus on expressing yourself to help release some of your stress.
4. Make a list about what you’re grateful for can help feel relaxed. Thinking about the positive parts of your life and writing them down may help you chill out. Try to think of three good things that happened to you today and write them down, even if they’re small things like getting to work on time or eating a delicious lunch.
5 . Connect to nature. Spending just a few minutes in nature when you feel stressed may help you relax.
6. Soak in a warm bath.
7. Listen to soothing music.
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