Wellbeing and mental health are closely tied, but what you might often gloss over is how your body and even your physical environment will play on your emotional and mental health. De-stressing after a long day is critical to maintaining healthy habits and getting back to work and your hobbies with renewed vigor. The transition won’t be fast, and you will stumble along the way, but continuously try to improve your personal life so that you feel more relaxed, calm, and healthy. All you need to start is to follow these five excellent tips: Clear Out Your Personal Space Your physical environment will greatly impact your mood and even your health. Unless you already practice minimalism, it’s time to go through and deep clean your home. This means both cleaning it and decluttering it. Get friends and family to help you so that when you are done you can enjoy a home that is full only of things that you love and use, and one that is clean and healthy. Improve Your Diet An unhealthy diet, especially one that is doused with caffeine, can lead to the shakes, to crashes, to a heartbeat that thrums in your head, headaches, and so much more. It is dangerous to not eat well, especially when you are stressed. Find Ways to Have Fun with Exercise Exercising is crucial, but for those who find it hard to pick up, the solution might just be to choose something fun. Find a class that does something you’ve always wanted to do. It could be dance, or even trapezing, so long as you are getting active and having fun you are on the right track to de-stressing while you exercise. Alternative Therapies for Stress Relief There are a variety of therapies that you can enjoy right at home: CBD Oil There are many benefits of CBD oil. It can help you relax and manage anxiety, and it can help with depression, chronic pain, acne, seizures, and even help with cancer symptoms. CBD oil, or cannabidiol, is a strain from the cannabis plant. Unlike THC or weed, it does not get you high. That is why it is legal in many places, and available to be used in food, on your skin, or mixed in with creams. Aromatherapy Aromatherapy is another great way to calm down and relax. Get yourself a diffuser and use just a few drops of essential oil to fill your home with a lovely scent like lavender, which has been proven to help you stay calm. Music Therapy Music can help get you calm down and relax just as easily as it can help get you pumped up and invigorated. The practice of using music specifically to encourage these states of being is known as music therapy. Put on relaxing music when at home and especially when you take time for relaxation therapy. Relaxation Therapy Yoga, meditation, breathing exercises – all these are examples of relaxation therapy you can enjoy right at home. With CBD oil, aromatherapy, and music therapy working together, you can relax and obtain a nirvana state when you meditate.