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Energie auffüllen

Energie auffüllen

Wenn du dich nach einem sonnenintensiven Tag schlapp fühlst, sorge für genügend Erholung, trinke viel Wasser, esse etwas Salziges und kühle deinen Körper mit einer kalten Dusche herunter. Wir fühlen uns müde weil unser Körper härter arbeiten muss um einen Temperaturausgleich durch Schwitzen herzustellen, was im Gegenzug bedeutet, dass unser...

Verbrannte Haut beruhigen

Verbrannte Haut beruhigen

Bei Sonnenbränden kann das Auflegen von feuchten Handtüchern helfen. Verwende jedoch niemals Eis oder Eisbeutel, da dies zu Kaltverbrennungen zusätzlich zum Sonnenbrand führen kann - keine lustige Angelegenheit. Image by Toa Heftiba

Empfindliches Zahnfleisch

Empfindliches Zahnfleisch

Zahnfleischblutungen sind nach dem ersten Benutzen von Zahnseide normal. Solange die Blutung schnell wieder aufhört, stellt sie auch kein Problem dar. Tägliche Routine bei der Anwendung von Zahnseide nimmt dem Zahnfleisch die Sensitivität und Blutungen haben ein Ende. Image by Ivana Cajina

Schwitz es raus

Schwitz es raus

Schwitzen ist die Funktion unseres Körpers sich zu entgiften und von gelösten Feststoffen zu trennen. Substanzen wie Alkohol, Cholesterol und Salz werden dabei herausgespült. Wenn du dir in letzter Zeit also hier und da etwas zu viel gegönnt hast, hilf deinem Körper und sorge dafür, dass er ins Schwitzen kommt....

Hautberuhigend

Hautberuhigend

Im Fall eines Sonnenbrands ist Aloe Vera eines der besten Mittel für die Heilung. Vermeide Produkte mit Inhaltsstoffen wie Petroleum, Benzocain oder Lidocain. Diese können die Hitze unter der Haut einschließen oder zu Hautreizungen führen. Eine Erwägung könnte auch eine Hydrocortison-haltige Creme aus deiner lokalen Apotheke sein. Photo by Yoann Boyer...

Sun Strength

Sun Strength

 Don’t underestimate the strength of the sun when the weather starts to get warmer, all skin will benefit from 10 mins sun exposure to soak up some vitamin D but always pop some sunscreen on to prevent dealing with sunburn.  Image by bodymaps

Caffeine & Sweat

Caffeine & Sweat

Caffeine is a trigger to sweat more, so in hot and warm weather avoid things like coffee, tea and energy drinks if you want to be less sweaty. Always keep hydrated with water to replenish the water you lose through sweating in general.  Image by Delfi Carmona

Dental Care

Dental Care

For tip top oral hygiene brush your teeth twice a day and floss once a day.  Image by Vicki King

Keep it clean

Keep it clean

If someone is poorly in your house, make sure to keep everything clean. Especially items like cups, glasses or towels - things that are touched regularly - to avoid transferring viruses.Image by kia

How to avoid a cold

How to avoid a cold

The most common advice is the most tried and tested. To avoid catching a cold, make sure you wash your hands frequently (wash them for at least 20 seconds, with soap). Get plenty of exercise. Eat healthily and seasonally. Keep your body well rested. Image by Best Wishes

Healing Soup

Healing Soup

‘Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food.’Soups and broths are great when you’re feeling poorly. They’re easy to eat and are a source of vitamins, minerals, calories and proteins. They’re helpful at providing fluids and electrolytes as well as giving off steam which can help clear relieve...

Creative Thinking

Creative Thinking

Creative thinking engages different parts of our brains than normal and acts promote production of new neurons which are super important for keeping up a healthy central nervous system.   Image by Jess Hunter

Smile

Smile

Smile more: It’s linked to calmed blood pressure, quicker stress recovery, improved immune function, lifted moods and acts as a natural painkiller.    Image by Rebecca Jensen

Creativity, Flow and Meditiation

Creativity, Flow and Meditiation

Doing something creative has a similar effect on the brain to meditation and can decrease your stress. Even just witnessing creative acts can be calming - think of visiting a concert or going to see pieces of art work in a gallery.   Image by catam

Sleep & Music

Sleep & Music

Trouble sleeping? Listen to classical music. It has been shown to effectively treat insomnia and can help induce a meditative state as music beats can alter brainwave speed.    Image by Sarah Van Looy

Drumming

Drumming

Want to be as fit as an athlete but don’t have any interest in exercising? Play the drums. It help’s with dexterity and having greater control of your body.   Image by Clark Ramos

Happy Habit

Happy Habit

You can train your brain to be more positive. Our minds are wired to think negatively as a form of protection but making smiling a habit can help our brains to create more positive thinking patterns.    Image by Kathleen Motoa

Music & Recovery

Music & Recovery

Music aids in physical recovery after exercising, speeding up the time it takes to get past an ache or pain. Slow music relaxes the listener but any tempo of music helps with the healing process.    Image by hongu

Lift Your Mood

Lift Your Mood

Smiling with intent has the ability to improve your current mood. Your brain checks in with what your facial muscles are doing and begins to align your mood with what’s going on on the surface.  Image by Jessica Perez

Reading & Stress

Reading & Stress

Researchers at the University of Sussex found that reading for 6 minutes can cut the level of stress you might be feeling in half.    Image by Isabel Marcelo 

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