3 effective solutions against nervous exhaustion
Nervous exhaustion can occur in the form of some of the many weaknesses (flu or bronchitis, neck and joint pain, depression, insomnia, stomach problems, frequent colds, even heart problems, etc.). If a person feels that he is on the verge of a nervous breakdown — then he should change his lifestyle and introduce novelties into his daily life.
- Relieving tension – short relaxing breaks can always help (walking, stretching, coffee / tea break) if there are long working hours with constant overtime. If a person fails to overcome the crisis on their own and the depression lasts for more than 2 weeks, then the help of a psychiatrist / psychologist should be sought. Frequent stay in nature is desirable. Maintaining good mental and physical health means at least 200 hours a year to be in some contact with nature (forest, park, mountains, excursions and the like).
- Baths to calm the nervous system – a feeling of burden from nervous exhaustion and tension appears in the body. A bath with aromatized oils is extremely useful. Strengthens strength and removes tension. Applying the hook at home is one of the most comfortable methods of aromatherapy. Aromatic baths have a therapeutic effect due to the rapid introduction of oil through the skin and lymphatic network and the inhalation of medicinal vapors. Take 10 drops of lavender oil, 5 drops of lemon balm oil and 5 drops of chamomile oil. Dissolve the oil with one to two tablespoons of milk (sour cream, kefir or whey) in a solution of sea or table salt or in vegetable oil (burdock, almond, peanut). Without closing the tap, pour the resulting mixture into warm water. Stir. The water temperature should be 35 to 38 degrees. The procedure takes 5 to 35 minutes. It is gradually being extended. Body rinsing after a bath is not recommended. Treatment requires the application of 10 to 20 procedures.
- Free time for fun- each person should have a free day for cheerful and carefree socializing. A little effort and sacrifice gives excellent long-term and positive results. Retirees should have an interesting hobby (for example, engagement in a social organization or art association). It is possible that happy moments and strong morale coincide with financial support / encouragement. A creative and interesting hobby (or job) with financial stimulation is the best remedy against melancholy and dissatisfaction.