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3 Practical, Easy Ways To Make Your Body Feel Better

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Make Your Body Feel Better

3 Practical, Easy Ways To Do It


Most of the time you’ll feel great, but there are always days where you’ll feel random aches and pains. While these could be minor and not a sign of any condition, they’re not something you’ll want to put up with. The more this happens, the more irritating it is. You’ll want to make your body feel better, but might not know how.

That’s especially true when you consider how busy your lifestyle is. With a few practical and easy options, you shouldn’t have a problem making sure you can work them into your life. The more often you can do them, the better, as they’ll have much more of an impact.

Three of these can work wonders once you’ve taken advantage of them.

Make Your Body Feel Better: 3 Practical & Easy Options


1. Sleep Enough


Everyone needs to get a certain amount of sleep every night. While this varies slightly from person to person, it’s usually between seven and eight hours a night. If you don’t get this regularly, it could have an impact on your mental and physical health.

Sleep is when your body looks after yourself, so you’ll need to give it enough time to actually do that. If you find it hard to sleep, develop a night-time routine that relaxes you and gets you sleepy. You’ll end up feeling much better than you thought you would.


2. Get Acupuncture


Acupuncture focuses on relieving pressure in your muscles, helping to make your body feel better than you’d think. While it could take several sessions for this to have a proper impact, it’s more than worth considering.

With the various types of acupuncture you can choose from, that’s especially true. Even anti aging & regenerative acupuncture can be a recommended option. You’ll look and feel better because of it before you even know it.


3. Laugh


Laughing has a much larger impact on your body than you might be aware of. It gets positive chemicals going throughout your body, which helps you in more than a few ways. You could end up feeling amazing once you’ve had a good laugh.

It also offers mental health benefits, so there’s no reason not to get to laughing. Even something as simple as watching a comedy movie could be more than enough to help with this. There’s no reason not to work it into your life as much as possible.


Make Your Body Feel Better: Wrapping Up


If you deal with random aches and pains regularly, you’ll naturally want to make your body feel better. When you lead a busy life, this gets complicated, and you might think there isn’t a way you can take the time to look after yourself. You shouldn’t have to worry about that, though.

There are more than a few practical and easy ways you can make your body feel better, and they can be worked into any lifestyle. Getting acupuncture, sleeping enough, and even taking the time to laugh can all be notable options. They’ll have more of an impact than you’d think.

Please use the comment section below to share your tips, questions, and/or thoughts about this post.

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Naturally Yours,
Elise Ho
Ph.D., D.N. Psych.
Behavioral & Mental Health Specialist

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28 thoughts on “3 Practical, Easy Ways To Make Your Body Feel Better”

  1. I really enjoyed your article on practical and easy ways to make our bodies feel better. The tips you shared were simple to implement and backed by logic. I appreciate the focus on self-care and taking small steps towards overall well-being. Keep up the great work!

  2. I love that you included laughing. Seriously, laughing is a fabulous way to make you feel so much better, and with research there to back it up, it is something we should all try to do more!!!

  3. I have several chronic illnesses. They definitely cause constant pain but you can definitely find remedies to make it Livible.

  4. Barbie Ritzman

    Absolutely! Sleep is crucial for our well-being. It’s always good to prioritize rest, and beauty sleep does wonders for the skin

  5. It is good to stay on top of taking care of your health and wellness. We all need to nurture our bodies and listen to what our bodies are telling us. These are all great strategies to help feel better.

  6. I love these easy and practical tips to feel better. I’ve never tried acupuncture, but I’ve heard wonderful results from friends who have!

  7. These are great tips for easy ways to make your body feeling better. I have been trying to sleep more which is my main issue. Sometimes I can’t go back to sleep once my body wakes me up in the early morning. This summer I have been trying to force myself to stay in bed at least an extra hour even if I just close my eyes. It does make a difference and every little bit helps!

    Maureen |

    1. For some people, it is important to get out of bed when they wake up if they are not able to fall back to sleep within 15 minutes. I love that you’re listening to your body and recognize that you do best with the hour.

  8. Sleep is important and its non negotiable to me. As I get older I realized that it’s one of the most important things I need. I prioritize sleep now and I feel better.

  9. I’ve never tried acupuncture before, but I have been trying to get to bed at a decent time so I make sure to get enough sleep before waking up with the kids in the morning.

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Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho is a Holistic Health & Life Coach with a special interest in emotional health, life alignment, and energy flow.

Elise will partner with you to align your mindset, your energy, your home and your career so that you can live your life's desire with freedom and love.

Elise offers 30 years of experience and multiple certifications and degrees including a Ph.D. in Natural Health and a doctoral degree in Naturopathic Psychology.