“New year, new us” is the mantra, but what exactly are we getting ourselves into this year? With plenty of new ideas on the market for how to achieve wellness, it can be hard to know what to go for and what is coming up next.
This article will inform you of some up-and-coming trends for 2022 so you can get a head start on what you might want to focus on this year, to be your happiest and healthiest “you” yet! Read on to find out more!
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Therapy and Mental Health Apps
Long gone are the days where it was only acceptable to get therapy if you went into a large room, lay on a couch, and told a complete stranger about how you feel. Thanks to technology and the ever-growing app world, you can now get therapy from the comfort of your own sofa, which can only be a win if you still have to think about how you feel and why.
The bonuses are that your phone will always be with you, so you can always try quick techniques if you need them, and you can be anywhere in the world to receive treatment from a therapist you have chosen to work with. This industry is set to become more and more popular, especially as talking about mental health continues to fight the misplaced taboo boundaries.
Why take a “do-it-all” multi-vitamin from the supermarket if you do not need everything in it? And, for that matter, why not make sure your vitamins are sourced in the best way possible for potency and useability?
The world of vitamins is changing. You can now get your hands on specific vitamins for your individual needs, therefore helping you cut out any excess you do not need and helping you reach your goals, whether that is better skin, more energy, or better sleep. You name it, there is a vitamin for it!
Head over to Vitaminology to view their vitamin collections or even book a consultation with a nutrition specialist, to make sure you get everything you need for your body.
Ideas have changed dramatically since high intensity interval training (HIIT) method was hailed as the go-to method for exercise. Now, it seems that everyone is doing the exact opposite; instead slowing down to be mindful of their body and their movements. It is all about low-impact exercises, gentle walks, stretching, and practices such as yoga to get the body in great shape. There is no “great hurry” with these exercises and there is a focus on them being calm and soothing, rather than pumped up.
If you are new to exercise, then mindfulness movement can suit anyone and help them get their new lifestyle gently kicked off. There are even workouts that are designed to be done in bed before you even get out of your pyjamas!
Whatever you choose to do this year, make sure it suits you and your body. There is no reason to change anything that is working just because it is a trend, just do what works for you!