Research at Utrecht University has shown that a good night’s sleep puts us in a good mood. Obviously, there are many other benefits: it also makes you more productive, helps you cope better with stress, and you are able to process new information faster.
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You’re probably already aware of the importance of relaxation but did you know that there are also short breathing exercises you can do to help you calm down in moments of panic?
In one of our previous blog posts, we talked about the importance of silence. Our minds don’t get a lot of rest and more and more people are looking for the right balance when it comes to mental wellbeing. Silence can help with this.
On the 10 th of October, it’s World Mental Health Day. The last few months have been quite unsettling, with many of us feeling anxious and uncertain. The ability to find inner calm is now more important than ever.