Sometimes in life, the most important thing to do is to take a moment. Learn about some of the RESCUE teams favourite ways to relax, breath and take a moment for yourself
We have all been in a situation where we feel like we have too much to do and too little time. This kind of hectic lifestyle can lead to stress and anxiety and over time may begin to impact your health. Good time management can help you to stay on top of your tasks effectively while leaving you free to relax and unwind at the end of a busy day.
Breathing exercises are one of the best relaxation techniques out there. There are calming breathing exercises for dealing with pressure, and energising techniques to boost performance. Here are some of our favourite breathing techniques for you to try out at home.
If your goal is to get a good night’s sleep, what steps are you taking? To help, we’ve enlisted the help of some experts to share their tips on creating a great restfulness routine.
How do you keep on top of your busy day? In a world where everything can be so hectic, it’s important to take a moment ‘pause’ and reflect before continuing your day.
It’s true to say a problem shared really is a problem halved. A recent survey by RESCUE® revealed that 79% of people felt happier after catching up and seeking advice from a friend. 68% also said that speaking with friends was of paramount importance to begin solving an issue, and ¾ of the population said the act of reminiscing with friends was a great way to relieve stress and they felt happier from doing so.
When your hectic day gets too much, it is important to take a few minutes to relax and refocus your mind. Here are our five favourite relaxation techniques to keep you feeling cool, calm and back on top of your day.
Meditation is often credited with being one of the most effective relaxation techniques out there. It is a fantastic way to relax both your body and your mind and reduce the pressure of daily life.