How to Wind Down After Work

How to Wind Down After Work

Are you a person who finds it difficult to unwind? You’re not alone. As remote and after hours work gain momentum, it can be physically and mentally taxing as your body continually expends energy. Over time, this can have a serious impact on your overall well being. In this article, we explain the importance of relaxing after work and list different ways to relax with the help of CBD.

We all need a little bit of help winding down at the end of a busy day. People are now turning to supplements and natural remedies to help soothe and self-medicate. Whether we are starting to feel anxious or physically tense, CBD can be a great way to help you relax.

CBD works by interacting with your body’s endocannabinoids system (ECS), which regulates a range of functions and processes in the body that include sleep, appetite, memory, and mood. Experts say proper dosages can go a long way toward relieving anxious behaviors by restoring balance in your ECS. While research into the potential effects and benefits of CBD is ongoing, people are using CBD to provide relief for symptoms caused by certain conditions, such as chronic pain, anxiety, and insomnia.

So how do we incorporate CBD into our selfcare rituals? And what else can we be doing to “switch off” (or become present) after we’ve closed our laptops for the day? First, let’s look into the rise of work-related stress as a nation…

American Work-Life Balance

We, as Americans, work too many hours. According to OECD stats, U.S. workers work an average of 1,767 hours per year versus an OECD country average of 1,687. This is 435 more hours per year than German workers, 400 more hours per year than United Kingdom (UK) workers, 365 more hours per year than French workers, and 169 more hours per year than Japanese workers. Of all OECD countries, only the workers in Chile, Mexico, Israel, Korea, and Costa Rica average more hours worked per year:

  • According to the Center for American Progress on the topic of work and family life balance, “in 1960, only 20 percent of mothers worked. Today, 70 percent of American children live in households where all adults are employed.”. I don’t care who stays home and who works in terms of gender (work opportunity equality for all – it’s a family choice), but when all adults are working within a household with children, that’s a huge hit to the American family and free-time in the American household.
  • The U.S. is the ONLY country in the Americas without a national paid parental leave benefit. The average is over 12 weeks of paid leave anywhere other than Europe, and over 20 weeks in Europe.
  • Zero industrialized nations are without a mandatory option for new parents to take parental leave. That is, except for the United States.

As you can see the odds are against us when it comes to work/life balance. To help your mind and body relax and rejuvenate every day after work, there are a number of tried and tested methods to help you enjoy some ‘me time’. Here’s a look at some tips for relaxing after work hours, and how CBD can help.

1. Set Aside Time To Meditatehigh potency cbd

Let’s face it, life gets stressful. Your job, your family and friends, the bills that need paying — sometimes the to-do list goes on and on. And the more you stress out, the harder it is to think clearly. Meditation can wipe away the day’s stress, bringing with it inner peace. Anyone can practice meditation. It’s simple and inexpensive. And it doesn’t require any special equipment. And you can practice meditation wherever you are.

When added to your selfcare routine, the natural stress-reducing benefits of CBD can help you unwind after work and enjoy your meditation session; Perfect for focusing your attention and eliminating the stream of jumbled thoughts that may be crowding your mind and causing stress during your meditation session.

Try lighting some incense, playing a meditation app and adding our Premium CBD oil tinctures and CBD essential oil pulse roller to your meditation session – made with all natural ingredients so you can rest assured your session is pure and toxin-free. Just a few drops of tincture under the tongue 20 minutes before you start, and use the essential oil roller to your wrists and temples for maximum chill. While CBD oil should not be used with the sole intention of enhancing the meditation experience, it can be an integral part of helping you feel comfortable with the practice and as a part of your daily self-care routine. By helping ease tension and stress, CBD oil and meditation can greatly benefit your everyday wellness by allowing your body to relax enough for the mind to follow.

You can also try a few minutes of yoga, focus on your breath, or repeat a mantra in your head, like “let it go.” No matter how you choose to meditate, the vital part is carving out a few minutes to do so.

2. Getting Plenty of Exercise

If your day has left you feeling drained, exercise can be just what you need to relieve your stress. Studies show that exercising gives people an energy boost and can improve subjective feelings of well-being in addition to reducing physical symptoms. Whether it’s lifting heavy in the gym or a slow-paced walk in nature, pick what you love most so you can enjoy – and stick to – your selfcare plan. 

Research suggests that CBD shows promise in helping relieve pain and reduce inflammation, which could be useful for athletes participating in intense exercise.

For maximum recovery and relaxation try our Gold Buckle CBD Muscle & Joint Rub to help relieve muscle soreness, as well as any other time you need relief from pain or simply want a relaxing, calming touch. 

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3. Get a Good Night’s Rest

Having trouble sleeping? Sometimes it’s hard to quiet your racing mind at night so you can get a restful night of sleep. One of the most important things you can do for yourself, in terms of self care, is sleep. Sleep is a crucial aspect in every human’s life. Without it, we would not be able to do our normal day to day functions. 

There are many factors in why people are unable to achieve a good night’s sleep. For some it could be that their internal clock is out of whack, or it could be the unhealthy diet you’ve grown used to. If you’ve been struggling to get a good night’s rest or looking to make sleep your number 1 self-care priority. give our Isolate CBD oil tincture a try. Research shows that CBD has a calming effect on the nervous system helping you relax into a good night’s sleep. When you’re well rested, it’s easier to concentrate during the day and focus on doing your best work. It also helps that a good night’s sleep means you can wake up ready to tackle whatever comes your way!

4. Unwind With Your Favorite After Work Activities

From yoga to hiking and even fishing, when it comes to stress relief, doing something you enjoy is one of the best and easiest things you can do after work. Take time to unwind and enjoy a hobby, and you’ll feel more refreshed and ready to tackle another day of work.

Whether it’s binging a few episodes of your favorite TV show or playing with the kids for an hour or two, there are so many other activities you can do after work that can help you feel better and get back into a good mindset for tomorrow.

Final Thoughts

Don’t let the winding down process at the end of the day be difficult. With lost range.®, you can rest assured that our products contain the highest caliber of CBD. We make a commitment to our customers by delivering CBD that adheres to the highest possible standards of quality.

Our mission is to help others find natural remedies that will drive them through their endeavors. We are proud of our products and strive for total transparency every step of the way. If you would like to know more about our products and brand, our staff is always at your service for any questions. Contact us today!

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