Wellness is no longer a mere catchphrase or just another fad in the town; it has now become a billion-dollar industry, a genuine response to the frenetic, fast-paced world we inhabit. The way we associate with our mental and physical well-being has surely changed over time, and the Internet is awash with wellness influencers promising […]
Wellness is no longer a mere catchphrase or just another fad in the town; it has now become a billion-dollar industry, a genuine response to the frenetic, fast-paced world we inhabit. The way we associate with our mental and physical well-being has surely changed over time, and the Internet is awash with wellness influencers promising hacks and routines to optimise ourselves. The realm of wellness has expanded well beyond spas, yoga retreats, or drinking lettuce water. We delve into the health and wellness trends that have become a major trend this year.
While a trip to steam room is an age-old practice for unwinding, there’s a modern twist that many consider even more effective than the traditional sauna. It’s called an infrared sauna. Rather than using steam or flame-stoked heat to warm the air around you, an infrared sauna uses electromagnetic radiation from light panels to directly warm the body. The practice has gained rapid steam – literally – this year and more people are incorporating this into their lifestyle. In case you’re looking for some inspiration, who’s better than Lady Gaga? The pop sensation regularly takes an infrared sauna to treat her spasms.
From Kim Kardashian to Mindy Hailing, celebrities who want to lose weight have found a quick fix in Ozempic, a weekly injection originally used by those suffering from Type 2 Diabetes. Last year in August, the demand for Ozempic shot up significantly causing a shortage in the global market, after people learnt about its effectiveness in weight loss. The primary component in Ozempic is Semaglutide which lowers the cravings and appetite while delaying the fullness after meals. In a clinical trial conducted by the New England Journal of Medicine on 2000 people, it was found that more than half of the people lost 15% of their weight.
Well, chances are you’re not getting six to eight hours of sleep on a daily basis. Everyone’s struggling with their sleep cycle. There’s a trick that promises to transform your slumber quality: sleep-syncing. Although its efficacy lacks substantial medical evidence yet, adherents assert that syncing their sleep to the body’s natural clock helped them get sound slumber and enhanced their energy level. In essence, sleep syncing involves harmonizing your daily schedule with your circadian rhythm. You devise a routine that signals your brain about sleeping and waking as per the body’s natural clock. Of course, you’ll need to work out a bit to understand what works best for you.
If you’ve always been sceptical of putting fillers and injectibles, face yoga is a compelling alternative to get a healthy glow and stress-free face. Comprising of a set of extremely simple exercises that can be done from the comfort of your bed, face yoga relaxes your facial muscles, enhances blood circulation, and improves the overall structure of your face. If this sounds appealing but you don’t where to start, Instagram is a good place to learn, with the #FaceYoga clocking over 300K posts. Consistent yoga exercise, coupled with good sleep and a healthy diet, will do wonders for your face.
If you’re struggling with following your proper fitness routine because of time constraints, you may consider incorporating micro workouts — a set of brief but intense exercises that you can do multiple times over the course of a day. Since the workout session is anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes, the recovery time is pretty short and thus you can do it 2-3 times a day. Moreover, this doesn’t need expansive space; it can be done anywhere from your balcony to the dining hall.
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