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Are you a working woman? Do you frequently feel stressed and yell at your children or partner? Are you trying to gain perfect balance between home and the world?
We all experience work-related stress. The pressure of deadlines, manager’s expectations and our own ambition keeps us on our toes. But a working woman juggles between her professional commitments and familial responsibilities. The expectations from her are double – to nurture her home and give her best at the workplace. Even a slight unbalance between the two can be stressful for her, which might lead to marital discord, poor baby care, absenteeism or unpleasant experiences at work; and poor self- care.
Stress accumulated over a long period can lead to unhealthy lifestyle, poor nutrition, anxiety, depression, and physical health problems. Here are some self-care tips to gain the much-needed psychological nourishment and motivation to do better.
Ayurvedic Panchakarma therapy is a great source of purification and rejuvenation of the mind and body. It is the ultimate healing experience to detoxify the body, strengthen the immune system and restore overall wellbeing.
Cow ghee nourishes the body and mind. It has cooling effect, improves immunity, memory, intelligence and digestion, and is extremely good for eyes and skin.
Gentle head massage with warm oil twice or thrice a week relaxes the mind, induces good sleep and strengthens the nerves.
Regular physical exercise keeps the body fit. Walking, stretching exercises, aerobics and yoga keep the body weight under check and boost digestion.
Healthy diet comprising fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts and dairy products keep the digestive juices flowing and provide the body essential nutrients and minerals.
Nari Sakhi is a rejuvenating Ayurvedic supplement for women. It nourishes the body organs, naturally balances female hormones and boosts fertility. In addition, Shatavari tablets nourish deep tissues, cleanse blood and strengthen the female reproductive organs.
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