Stick to a routine - It’s not boring. It’s healthy to have a routine. Having a regular way of doing things helps the body regulate itself. Tossing in a bunch of unexpected events every day raises the stress level and the body has to compensate for things it isn’t prepared for.
Have a regular bedtime, and get up at the same time every day too. That includes on weekends and days off. Do as much as possible to make work schedules steady. The United States Department of Labor states that irregular work schedules are physically, emotionally and mentally stressful. When it isn’t possible to work the same shift every day, such as when working swing shifts or being on-call, do as much as possible to make the rest of the day steady and regular.
Make the most out of a lunch break to improve the day - Lunch time can be a great time to take a deep breath and relax. There are many ways to use the time at lunch to make any day brighter and more enjoyable. Take a short walk and enjoy nature. Sit in a quiet place, even if it is a car, and meditate. No matter what the choice, use the time to relax and soothe the tired nerves created by working, so the rest of the day is more peaceful and happy. Don’t spend the time running errands or doing things that add to the overall stress of the day.
It may not seem like doing something so little to improve each day will be an important lifestyle step. One day wouldn’t, but doing the same step every day will bring great rewards in emotional and mental wellbeing that creates an overall lifestyle improvement.
Make the most out of home time - Create a pleasant atmosphere in the home. Keep your home uncluttered and cleaned up. A great way to really make a big home improvement that will have a big impact on lifestyle is to add a hot tub to the backyard or patio. It’s easy to have a hot tub installed and relaxing in the comfortable water helps relieve physical pain, will make everyone in the family feel good and create a great atmosphere for get-togethers.
For anyone with health problems such as Type II diabetes, arthritis or high blood pressure, a hot tub is an important tool for both physical wellbeing and overall better lifestyle. Studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine show that just a few minutes a day in a hot tub lowers blood sugar levels. A hot tub also increases oxygen in the blood for better organ function, and makes bed time more productive by helping users get to sleep faster and sleep more soundly.
“We think this is a great opportunity to actually show local residents the positive effects that soaking in a hot tub spa can have in terms of improving the overall quality of their lives. That’s why we will provide free hot tub test soaks in all five of our locations throughout the entire month,” said Friedman. “We want residents to check out all the benefits of a relaxing in HotSpring Spa and hot tub for themselves.”
Consumers wanting to find the Hot Tub Store location nearest them are encouraged to visit the company website for more information. The website address is http://www.HotTubStore.com
About the Hot Tub Store
Since 1973, the Hot Tub Store has been serving Santa Rosa, Roseville, Sacramento, Vacaville and Folsom. We carry the world's best-selling brand of Spas and Hot Tubs, Hot Spring Spas. Enjoy the ultimate in relaxation with our hydro-massage systems which are featured in all of our portable spas and hot tubs. To learn more, pick up a copy of our free report “What Every Spa Buyer Needs to Know Before Buying a Hot Tub” Just go to http://HotTubStore.com or call 800-660-7727