Wind Down Evening Routine, For Your Health

By Alexandra Lily Swanston May 20, 2021

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Tranquility, peacefulness, relaxation; the state of being free from tension and anxiety is something we all want. Choosing to make healthy decisions in your life can start with baby steps such as an evening routine. The goal with an evening routine is restful sleep, overall health and wellbeing. Bad evening habits will tarnish the quality of your sleep and impair the prosperity of your next day. Remember, each person’s routine is personal and customizable, don’t create a routine that wasn’t meant for you. Here are some examples of what you could incorporate into your daily evening regimen to bring more tranquility into your life.

Relaxation techniques are also a great way to help with stress management and health problems such as heart disease and pain. Some benefits of relaxing are lowering blood pressure, improving concentration and mood, and increasing blood flow to major muscles. Try and include the following techniques along with your evening ritual.

“Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are.” -Chinese Proverb

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4 Responses to "Wind Down Evening Routine, For Your Health"

John Carroll says:

May 28, 2021 at 12:18 pm

Good ideas, we need to keep close to nature. Less screen time……as I spend screen time reading and writing this lol

Scott Stuller says:

May 25, 2021 at 07:18 pm

Such good advice. I love it!

Laura Barnett says:

May 20, 2021 at 06:42 pm

Great info Lexi 😊!

Cynthia Swanston says:

May 20, 2021 at 06:16 pm

I love the suggestion to turn off the blue light! Many of us are on our phones or computers late into the evening. Read a book. Great idea! There was a reason our parents read to us before bedtime. It is relaxing, takes concentration and will help switch off all the days events that we tend to think about before bed. I do often visualize a beautiful place or a happy memory as I’m falling asleep, another good idea.

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