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Practicing Self-Care

Updated: Feb 6

Practicing self-care is essential for maintaining a healthy work-life balance and overall well-being. Taking the time to prioritize your mental, emotional and physical health can help to reduce stress, increase productivity and improve overall wellness. The following tips can help you establish a self-care routine or improve an existing one:


  • Set boundaries: Establish clear boundaries between your work and personal life. Create a schedule that allows for designated time for self-care activities, such as exercise, hobbies or simply relaxing. 


  • Prioritize sleep: Make sleep a priority and aim for a consistent sleep schedule. A good night's sleep is critical for restoration and rejuvenation, and enables you to tackle the challenges of each day. 


  • Practice mindfulness: Engage in mindfulness practices, such as meditation, deep breathing exercises or yoga. These activities can help to reduce stress, increase focus and promote a sense of inner calm. 


  • Nourish your body: Eat a well-balanced diet that includes plenty of fruits, vegetables, lean proteins and whole grains. Stay hydrated by drinking an adequate amount of water throughout the day. 


  • Move your body: Incorporate regular physical activity into your routine to promote physical and mental well-being. Find activities that you enjoy, whether it's going for a walk, attending a fitness class or playing a sport. 


  • Take breaks: Give yourself regular breaks throughout the day to rest and recharge. Use this time to engage in activities that bring you joy, such as reading a book, listening to music or spending time outdoors. 


  • Seek support: Reach out for support when needed. This could be from friends, family or a professional. Dr. Tiffany Bell and the Better Me Psychiatry team offer a wide array of services to holistically address wellness concerns. Call or text 614-379-3430 for more information.

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