What’s your morning routine?

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What’s your morning routine?  Here are some tips on how to have a great morning routine

Are you a morning person? Or maybe not but want to know what that may look like for you?

A good morning routine sets the productivity tone for the day. But is it really just as simple as a morning ritual and a healthy breakfast? There is so much more than this!

The choices we make throughout our day depend on the intentions we set in the morning. Whether we like it or not, our morning habits form the stack that our whole day is built on.

Wouldn’t be nice to start your days feeling refreshed and energized to take on the challenges ahead? It feels so good to have a morning routine that help you rejuvenate, reset, and refocus for the day ahead.

Here are some tips on having a good day ahead by starting a great morning routine:

  1. Taking a refreshing cold shower. Nothing beats a cold shower early in the morning. The jolt will definitely wake you up in the morning! Cold showers boost your metabolism. Aside from this, it really gives you the refreshed and energized feeling.  It also can improved immunity and circulation, stress relief, better mood, and relief of muscle soreness.  (*consult your GP with heart disorders).
  2. Give yourself a high five in the mirror every morning. Cheering yourself is a good thing as you are cheering for others. Motivating and appreciating yourself can make you thought of positive things and it can radiate to others. Becoming your own cheerleader helps you in your relationships with others. High fiving yourself is a neurobic exercise.
  3.  Have an internal manifestation and mantra. It’s all about putting out those good vibes into the universe to shower back down on you. The key to manifesting is writing it down, reading it, and saying it out loud daily. Putting emotions behind it and really feel into the mantra. You must trust and believe in what you are saying, and remove all negative thoughts that counteract your manifesting mantra. This is a practice and will help you to create a more positive atmosphere and headspace to live in.
  4. Get a sweat session or practice breathwork. Regular exercise comes with tons of health benefits including boosting energy levels, improving mood, and cognitive performance to name a few. There are several types of exercises that you can do, but the key is learning how your body works, what it needs, and knowing what kind of activities you enjoy.

  5. Apply a high quality foot emoillent. Gently massaged an emoillent into your feet to keep that spring in your step. A healthy feet can contribute to your daily productivity.
Are you suffering from any foot condition? One of our podiatrist can assist and then recommend what treatment options are best to get you back on track.
Schedule an appointment here or you may call us at 44 (0) 207 101 4000. 📞

 

 

We hope you have a feetastic day! 👣☀️

-The Chelsea Clinic and Team

 

 

 

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