Oro Valley Homes for Sale - Spa Day At Home
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Once in a while, everyone needs to treat themselves. A great way to accomplish this is by turning your home into a spa for a day. It's a great way to get a mental health boost and recover from the daily stressors. Plus, with more time at home these days, why not create the ultimate at-home spa day. Here are a few ideas to create your own oasis:
Draw a bath. If you're looking to soothe sore muscles, relieve stress, help with any arthritis, or detoxify your skin, try adding Epsom salt that is known for its restorative properties. To create a detox bath with Epsom salt, use two cups of salt in a tub filled with warm water. Start by pouring salt into running water to help it dissolve more quickly. Be sure to soak in your bathtub for at least 12-minutes to realize the benefits. As a bonus, you can add essential oils such as lavender to provide additional aromatherapy benefits to increase relaxation and improve your mood.
Unplug. Harsh bathroom lighting can make it difficult, if not impossible, to relax and enjoy your spa day. So, set the mood with a few candles set around your bathroom to drown out the outside world. Talking about drowning out unwanted noises, select some tranquil tracks or Zen-like music to boost the relaxing atmosphere. Finally, leave your phone or tablet in another room - a break from technology can help you re-center and find some inner calm.
Proper nutrition. Start with proper hydration. It's key to creating that spa-like experience, and it's one of the most detoxifying things we can do to help with increasing the health of our skin. You can add things like cucumber, lemon slices, and mint leaves to a pitcher of water to drink throughout the day. Many people also enjoy tea, as it is both warm and calming. You can also incorporate juices or creating a nutritious breakfast with fruits to kick off your spa day.
Find your head space. Meditation or gentle yoga focused on deep breathing can move you closer to calm. Yoga not only relaxes and manages stress, but it can even help you sleep better!