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In honor of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, I am sharing a tip a day. Today’s tip to boost wellness is the very underrated… SLEEP.
Most healthy adults need between 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night to function at their best. Children and teens need even more. And despite the notion that our sleep needs decrease with age, most older people still need at least 7 hours of sleep.
Trouble sleeping? You’re not alone.
I have been grateful to Global TV who has let me carry on each week with my parenting and lifestyle segments from home – keeping me safe over here, but still working.
Each week, we have been tackling a new COVID-19 topic as it pertains to how we are living that week. And that living, has become a NEW NORMAL.
Many of you have asked for my thoughts on COVID-19, and what we can do to boost our spirits and our wellness, and those of our kids’, during these times.
Therefore, I decided to create one post today, cumulative of the past six weeks, with all my Global TV segments and all my online yoga classes, so that NAVIGATING THE NEW NORMAL is in one place for you.
Got 10 minutes?
Looking to improve mood, increase your energy, reduce stress, breathe easier, and maybe smile a little more?
You asked for something quick to feel better. Here is your quickie. Do it slow. 😉
And again, Harvard medical school is recommending yoga to deal with COVID-19 anxiety. Happy practicing. Stay well. Self-care is pertinent.
If you missed Monday morning’s LIVE vitality flow yoga class, here is the 30-minute class which is a nice morning practice designed to strengthen your body and calm your mind. It is the perfect COVID-19 wellness booster.
This practice is a little more dynamic, but I still provide options to either intensify or modify the poses for your level. You will need a yoga mat (or beach towel), and if you have a set of yoga blocks, you can use them, otherwise no blocks are required.