Being a champion of a UFC fighter requires a degree of aggression (ok, alot) for the job, but Conor McGregor seems to have a hard time getting out of the office. He was arrested on Monday after a major robbery and criminal charges following an incident in which he had taken a fan phone and destroyed it. On Instagram he admitted that he needed to work on his "patience". He may have become acquainted with judicial anger management after flicking through the law last year (he was charged with disorderly behavior for throwing a metal dolly through the window of a bus).
If your job is to be aggressive, it can be hard to turn it off. But do not we have any difficulty getting away from work? However, that does not mean that McGregor's behavior is justified. His work-life balance problem can lead to people being hurt, not just a little less sleep.
I want to familiarize him (and you) with the power of self-care. Taking a little time off for relaxation can positively affect your mood, your anxiety, your mental clarity, your relationships and your patience. The most important thing to keep in mind when nursing yourself is not to rush it. Adding a stopwatch to the equation misses the purpose. Find a time when you can really enjoy every step. So maybe next time, skip the will and take a bath instead.
If you have not heard of cannabinoid (also known as CBD), you can imagine the biggest thing that wellness has achieved since quinoa. The cannabis derivative has been shown to reduce anxiety, relieve pain and help with sleep. A dose of an ingestible tincture before starting a self-care ritual can also help you adjust to relaxation.
For the uninitiated, baths can feel like a huge waste of time. But for the same reason, they are also the linchpin of self-care. They force you to slow down. Adding a relaxing bath oil containing vetiver, chamomile and sandalwood takes you to the next level. The fragrance will help you feel calm and relaxed as the oil softens and soothes your skin. (And you can also use under the shower when you're really pressed for time.)
Soothing Face Mask
While you're in the bath, wear a face mask soothing ingredients to detoxify and soothe the skin. Our skin may be the first to show our mood (blush, for example) and may become inflamed if we feel upset. Using a mask with ingredients such as hemp oil can calm your face and mood.
Relaxing Body Wash
Your morning shower could wake you up and prepare you for the day, but a soothing bath at night has a different purpose and requires different products. At the end of the bath, use a special body care or soap to prepare for sleep. Ingredients such as chamomile help body and mind for a good night's sleep.
You will find that many of these steps involve certain scents. That's because the effects of aromatherapy are real. Lavender has been used for centuries to soothe, soothe and promote sleep. Even if you are not a normal user of a lotion, rub a lavender lotion on your body after bathing so that the soothing benefits of this oil are maintained until late at night.
When speaking of oils, portable oils can make aromatherapy wearable. Look for a mix of different oils for a specific purpose (in this case, relaxation) and rub them at your pressure points, where they can respond to your body heat to release the fragrance. Apply again if you need an extra kick.