This Saturday 9th June we will be one of hundreds of organisations worldwide to celebrate Global Wellness Day. Diane Nettleton, our Spa Director is a key supporter of the Global Wellness Summit and we are proud to be hosting one of the complimentary wellness events as part of Global Wellness Day.
With the slogan “One day can change your whole life,” Global Wellness Day is an entirely not-for-profit day, a social project dedicated to living well. The purpose of Global Wellness Day is to ask the question, even if for just one day, “How can I live a healthier and better life?”, to direct the thoughts of both individuals and society towards “living well” and to raise awareness.
7 Ways to Celebrate Global Wellness Day:
1. Walk for an hour
You feel happier as you walk because the brain secretes endorphin while you are walking. You can keep fit by walking. Your muscles get stronger, you lose belly fat, the level of cholesterol reduces and it can help overcome weight problems.
2. Drink more water
People who drink less water might suffer exhaustion, attention deficiency and memory problems. The more water you drink the less carbonated drink you consume.
3. Don’t use plastic bottles
The plastic bottles made of petroleum waste cause innumerable damage to our health and the environment.
4. Eat healthy food
Try to consume foods which are produced through natural methods by using appropriate fertilisation and weed control techniques without using pesticides and certain chemicals.
5. Do a good deed
Do a good deed to break your prejudices, to make the world a better place to live. See how you will change your life by changing someone else’s.
6. Have a family dinner with loved ones
Eat a family dinner with your loved ones in a room where, if possible, there are no smart phones and TV. Talk about your day. Listen to each other’s recommendations. Some research shows that the family dinners with the loved ones have a psychologically positive effect on the children who suffer obesity.
7. Sleep at 10 p.m.
Sleep is a critical process during which our body regulates everything and repairs and heals itself. It slows down ageing and protects us from diseases. HGH (Human Growth Hormone) is released by the brain into the bloodstream during sleep and it’s release is part of the repair and restoration function of sleep. The major period of HRH release is in the first period of stage 3 sleep during the night.
Our Global Wellness Day Yoga Session is now fully booked. Share your images and celebrations on social with #GlobalWellnessDay.