Best Ways to Relax


Chewing gums

Are you stuck in an annoyingly long queue at the passport office? Or perhaps you’re frantically cleaning your living room in preparation for a party that’s happening in a few hours.

Well, chewing a gum could help you relax and say goodbye to the stress monster. Not just that, chewing gum could also spike your productivity and improve your mood.

Written by Rita Warren
2 years ago

Get yourself some mangoes

Got a short break? Grab the yellow tropical fruit and indulge in some juicy goodness!

Mangoes contain linalool, the main ingredient found in lavender oil. Can you think of how lavender makes you feel? Serene! Right? It may even reduce your stress and anxiety. 

Get yourself some mangoes

Written by Ernestine Joseph
4 months ago

Sip on some green tea

The herbal tonic helps reduce the stress responses of your body, thanks to a chemical called L-Theanine. Just sipping on a mugful of the green beverage could calm you down and set a positive tone for the rest of your day. 

Written by Doris Beck
3 months ago

Put your phone away

It's hard to schedule time for yourself when we're all so easily reachable at the press of a button. If you want to relax, try turning your phone off for even just an hour. Being unreachable can feel oddly liberating, and can ease a lot of stress and pressure put on you by hearing the constant pinging of phone notifications.

Written by Latisha Baker
2 years ago

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