A simple guide to wellness

A simple guide to wellness - Pulseroll

No matter where you are in your journey towards simple living, you want to have energy and focus for your next steps. We all want to be centered and strong as we move forward toward a life of less busyness and less cutter, with more purpose, clarity, and more of what matters.

Keep reading this blog to discover our simple guide to wellness!

1. Eat simple food

Everybody is different, but as a general rule, we can all benefit from eating more simple, nutrient-dense foods and fewer processed ones. Once you have a routine, eating foods that fuel your body will give you more energy, help you fight illness, and leave you feeling more awake and alert.

Drinking plenty of water is another simple step towards nourishing your body. Rehydrating helps flush out your digestive system, leads to clearer skin, and helps you maintain a healthy weight. Drink more if you’re exercising, or in hotter weather.

If you want to up your water game: consider lemon water first thing in the morning.

2. Prioritise sleep

sleep and wellness

Most of us don’t get enough sleep. There are so many good things to do with our time that it can be hard to convince ourselves to come to a complete stop. If we keep pushing ourselves to work through our exhaustion, though, our health, our well-being, and even our productivity can suffer.

Your whole body benefits from getting better sleep. Your immune system, your energy level, your memory, your ability to focus, even signs of aging and likelihood of developing disease are improved by getting more sleep.

A before-bed routine of slowing down, turning off screens, and unwinding with a cup of herbal tea can help send signals to your body that it’s time to sleep.

3. Spend time in nature

Being in nature has a surprisingly powerful effect on our health. Time spent in the great outdoors can leave you more calm, more creative, more focused, as well as less anxious and less stressed. When you make a practice of being in nature regularly, you’ll absorb more vitamin D, get more fresh air, and get more exercise.

Even beyond those measurable wellness benefits, being in nature restores your perspective. It helps you remember your place in the world, and helps you disengage from the cultural pressures that distract you from what matters.

4. Discover new hobbies

Hobbies are fun, and can be a great way to help you increase your skill set! Picking up a new hobby is the perfect way to push yourself out of your comfort zone and meet with other people who share your interests.

Hobbies also allow you to destress and relax, while expressing your creativity in new and interesting ways.

5. Be positive!


Negative thoughts can drain your energy and ruin your mood, and they’re not easy to stop once started. Instead of backing away from negative emotions, it’s good to recognise and accept them – and then release them, breaking free from limiting beliefs. It’s believed that optimism and positive thinking may have some great benefits for your health, such as increasing your lifespan, lowering levels of depression and stress, strengthening your immune system, and helping you build better-coping skills in times of hardship and stress.

Taking care of your body is important. From exercise to recovery, these are really important ways to ensure that you are looking after yourself in the correct way. Exercising is a fantastic way to keep yourself fit and look after yourself mentally, but many people often miss out the recovery part.

An effective way to look after your body after exercise is quality muscle recovery equipment. Here at Pulseroll, we are leaders in recovery products and have a range of equipment, from massage guns to foam rollers!

We use vibrating technology, which helps you receive a deep tissue massage from the comfort of your own home.


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