5 Perfect Tips to Unwind After Work (Backed by Science)

We have been raised to glorify the “hustle”.  You’re not setting yourself up for success in the long run if you devote every waking moment to hustling and don’t let your body recharge.

Relaxing is important but so many of us choose to keep on grinding and give in to the post-work anxiety. Perhaps we need to start prioritizing relaxation after work just as much as we prioritize work itself.

5 Perfect Scientifically Proven Tips to unwind after work.

  • Breath deeply- Breathing is the number one and most effective technique for reducing anger and anxiety quickly. Breathing techniques are incredibly helpful when you are trying to learn how to relax immediately. You can do this anywhere and at any time. All you need is to take 5 minutes off and focus on your breath.
  • Go for a walk - if you feel a bunch of tension and pent-up energy when you clock out from work that you just can’t seem to let go, put all the negative energy and expel it while having a walk.
  • Create a hearty meal - if you are a foodie, being intentional about creating a meal that excites you can be a great way to unwind after work.
  • Take a bath - Bathing is another one of those experiences that draws you into the moment and what you are feeling in your body. And this gift of slowing down will help you melt away all of the stressors of the workday and drain them along with the sparkly rainbow-colored water at the end of your bath.
  • Meditate - Meditating for as little as 10 minutes every day can significantly reduce your stress and anxiety instantaneously. All you need is to sit down, close your eyes, and bring your attention to your breath.
  • Stress has become an essential part of our daily lives today. This is why it is crucial that we intentionally make relaxing a daily habit as well.

    Now that you know how to relax and destress yourself even in the most difficult moments, make sure to deliberately follow these tips whenever possible during your normal daily schedule.


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