- Eat a healthy, high fiber diet
Consider high fiber foods like blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries paired with yogurt and almonds for breakfast.
- Exercise Daily
Take at least a 30 minute walk per day, which can help lower cortisol levels, while doing just about 10 minutes of cardio can release endorphins that help boost mood.
- Meditate Daily
Try things like meditation, tapping, and breathing apps or YouTube clips on your phone to help reduce stress and anxiety.
- Do Flotation Therapy
Growing scientific research shows that floating in a sensory deprived tank decreases anxiety, depression, and helps improve sleep.
- Reduce Digital Dependence
Set boundaries around where and when you use your phone; schedule days and times to go offline completely.
- Actively Seek Social Engagement
Work in a public workspace at least 2-3 days a week to limit social isolation.
- Practice Healthy Ergonomics & Self-Care
Be sure you have an ergo friendly set up for your workspace and visit a chiropractor periodically for adjustments to your back.
- Schedule Vacation & Time Off
It’s vitally important that you schedule time off for rest and relaxation to avoid burnout.