10 Wellness Treatments You Can Do From Home


Taking time to relax and care for your wellbeing is more important than ever.  However many people have had to turn to more at-home wellness activities. Here are 10 wellness treatments you can do at home to help maintain a healthy balance of mind, body, and spirit.

1. Acupressure

By applying pressure to certain points on the body, acupressure helps address physical pain and emotional distress. Commonly used as a preventative measure against illness or injury, this technique can help reduce stress and improve circulation. You can find acupuncture points on the web or through an acupuncturist. Reflexology is another form of acupressure that focuses on the hands and feet.

2. Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is the practice of using essential oils for therapeutic purposes such as relaxation, stress relief, mood regulation, and more. These essential oils are typically derived from plants and herbs. When inhaled, it delivers calming effects to both mind and body by stimulating the olfactory system in the brain. Adding these natural remedies to baths, diffusers, candles or inhalers are easy ways to bring aromatherapy into your home.

3. Guided Meditation

Guided meditation uses visualization techniques to help you relax and let go of anxiety. Along with music or mantras, this meditation focuses on breathing exercises. There’s a myriad of apps available that provide guided meditations for various lengths of time. This digital advantage is making it easier than ever before to access these tools anywhere you need them.                   

4. Reiki

Reiki is a type of energy healing focused on relaxation. Specific areas of the body are believed to be blocked due to physical or emotional ailments. So this practice works by transferring “life force energy” through an experienced practitioner's hands toward the injured party. Practitioners also believe that this energy can restore balance within the body’s chakras which may promote overall wellbeing. While it is best performed by an expert, anyone can learn how to do it if they take an online class.

5. Yoga

Practicing yoga at home makes it easy to fit some self-care into your daily routine. This ancient practice helps to improve flexibility and balance while also calming the mind. Through postures, breathing exercises, and relaxation techniques, yoga can help reduce stress levels for a healthier lifestyle. Many online platforms offer free classes that can be done from home.

6. Tai Chi

Tai chi is another ancient practice that combines meditation with slow movements to promote physical and mental wellbeing. It's considered a low-impact form of exercise. As it puts very little strain on the body, it is especially beneficial for people who have limited mobility or joint pain. All you need is an open space at home and some comfortable clothing to get started.

7. Hot Stone Massage

The hot stone massage is a therapeutic practice involving heated rocks, which are placed on the body to relieve tension and promote relaxation. This treatment is beneficial for sore muscles and cracking joints as it increases circulation throughout the body.

8. Salt Baths

Taking salt baths has been practiced for centuries.  Whether you opt for Epsom salts, sea salt, or Himalayan pink salt, all have healing benefits. Salts can help draw out toxins from the body while also reducing inflammation and assisting with muscle soreness. With just a handful of salt added to your bathtub, it’s an easy remedy to do at home.

9. NAD IV Therapy.  

NAD IV (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide intravenous) therapy is a form of energy healing that works by introducing high doses of NAD+ molecules into the body. This therapy is effective in reducing cravings or symptoms associated with alcohol and drug addiction. IV therapies can help support overall wellbeing as well as improve alertness, mood, brain health, and more. Look online for a mobile IV therapy unit near you today.

10. Cupping.  

Cupping therapy is a type of massage that uses suction to create a vacuum on the skin. This ancient technique assists in detoxification and reducing inflammation by allowing blood flow to be redirected throughout the body. It also helps loosen tight muscles. This makes cupping an ideal form of self-care for those who experience chronic pain or stress.

Wrapping Up

So why not find something that works for you? Make time each day to ensure those self-care rituals stay part of your routine. Taking care of yourself is the best thing you can do for your physical and mental health. 

With so many easy-to-use treatments available right within our homes, taking care of ourselves has never been easier. Whether you choose to practice yoga or try hot stone massage, there’s always something available to help you take care of yourself. If online classes are an option for you, they can often be done anytime. Your body will thank you.

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