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Microdose #011: Reduce Daily Use of Stimulants | Grüner Wellness

Microdose #011: Reduce Daily Use of Stimulants

3 days ago
While stimulants can have their place, reducing their consumption can be a game changer for those struggling with anxiety. In this microdose we are going to look at what stimulants do in the body, when they are problematic, and how we can reduce them while adding in mood-friendly alternatives.
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Microdose #010: Use Task Scheduling to Improve Productivity

3 days ago
We all have a finite amount of productive time in a day. Without a structured approach, procrastination and simply losing track of things can cause us added stress, and prevent us from doing what’s most important. Using a simple task scheduling framework will help you to be more productive, while also giving you space to reflect on your priorities.
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Microdose #008: Swap Added Sugar for Dates

3 days ago
There is a proven, direct correlation between the quantity of added sugar in your diet and your likelihood of developing obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and chronic inflammation. By swapping extremely nutritious dates in place of harmful sugar additives, you can significantly reduce your risk for the most common causes of premature death.
Microdose #001: Create an End of Day Ritual (in just 20 minutes)

Microdose #001: Create an End of Day Ritual (in just 20 minutes)

4 days ago

Invest just 20 minutes nightly, to implement a simple end of day ritual that promotes self-reflection and mindfulness, encourages relaxation and restorative sleep, and nourishes your skin, so you wake up looking (and feeling) your best.

Microdose #005: Build a Cycle of Gratitude | Grüner Wellness

Microdose #005: Build a Cycle of Gratitude

4 days ago

Gratitude is, in clinical tests, the most strongly correlated, effective, and consistent intervention found to increase subjective happiness. Build a cycle of gratitude into your day to day activities to reap a happier, healthier, and more well-balanced life. 

Microdose #002: Make Forest Bathing a Regular Practice | Grüner Wellness

Microdose #002: Make Forest Bathing a Regular Practice

4 days ago
The traditional Japanese practice of Shinrin-Yoku, or forest bathing, reduces cortisol, improves immunity, and may help prevent cancer.

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