After we had published the 'Befriend Stress', we have in the Relaxation Station two experts in July and August who share five tips for getting good sleep and ways to reduce anxiety. We hope they will help you stay relaxed and happy.
Given that you are able to enter a state of deep sleep, even just a few hours of sleep will make you a more energetic person than those who sleep ten hours or more. Miu Bik-kwan, an experienced nurse from the Mental Health Photographic Society, shares with members how to get quality sleep from aspects such as the environment, mental and physiological adjustment and small activities:
Create a sleep-friendly environment
Maintain a regular day-to-day lifestyle
Practice mindful breathing to relax
Leave your worries behind and accept your limits
Do some relaxing bedtime activities
When we face challenges, we may feel anxious. In fact, an appropriate level of anxiety helps us to be vigilant and determined to deal with the problems at hand. However, if we experiences an excessive level of anxiety, our body will display warning signs such as frequent diarrhea after meals, muscle aches, etc. Not only does it affect our personal life, it will also worry our loved ones. In August, psychiatrist Dr Lee Tin-ho will share with you in 'Relaxation Station' how to reduce inner anxiety, so that you and your family will be happier and more relaxed in life.
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