6 Daily Self-Care Things Highly Sensitive People Can Do
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Do you often feel vulnerable to your environment? Do you often get irritated with general things that happen around you. Is a bad cologne enough to tick you off? If yes, you’re an extremely sensitive person. You are that one out of every 5 people who’s a part of 20% of total Hyper Sensitive People. Here is what you need to do to maintain your calm.
A simple practice of lying down on the ground doesn’t take up a lot of your time. Grounding involves you and your body to make a connection with the Earth. Lie down on your back on the ground or on your Yoga mat and meditate for a while in such position. Walking bare feet on the ground is also an exercise to “ground” you.
2. Dry Brushing
Dry brushing helps you to get rid of all the dead cells, and helps your body in dusting off the dead cells, and keep your skin clean. Use a natural brush with a long handle, and start in circular motions from the feet to entire face. The reason is to make you feel more energized and get the fresh blood flow move to your heart.
Keeping a diary has always helped people to write their worries off before retiring for the day. Keeping a journal helps you to write what bothers you, what keeps you nagged, why do you feel so, and what can you do to feel less hurt. Journaling is a great de-stressing medium.
4. Salt Baths
Salt baths are insanely relaxing. The best part is, you need nothing more than a tub and water. Soak yourself for 10 to 15 minutes to enjoy their benefits. Take a break and allow your body to reap its benefits.
This energy-releasing exercise can help you deal with your stress in a better way. It opens up your energy channels and grows your spiritual awareness.
6. Massage or Acupuncture
Both massage and acupuncture helps you release toxins from your bodies, and promote relaxation. The needles in acupuncture trigger your nervous system and send serotonin to your brain, and relax your brain.
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