If you’ve made any resolutions for the new year, you need to set yourself up with the tools for success. Some of these tools are tangible like a gym membership or a new hobby. Other resources that contribute to the positive results you’re looking for can be found inward. Practicing mindfulness can help you be more present and conscious of the changes you’re making, while generally helping you cope with stress or other obstacles you might face on your journey.
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness refers to your innate ability to be both mentally and physically present at any moment. Mindfulness is focus and concentration while remaining calm, relaxed and collected. The most practical application of mindfulness involves connecting your mind to the physical sensations you experience everyday. This could be as simple as taking a deep breath and grounding your feet to the floor or you could consider practicing meditation or yoga.
How to Get into a Mindful State of Mind with CBD
However you choose to practice, it can be challenging to drown out the stimuli and sensations around you. Stress and anxiety can particularly get in the way of being fully present. To achieve mindfulness, you need to remove distraction from your environment. Turn off the phone. Lower the lights. Switch on calm, soothing music that will transport you from your current reality into a state of contemplation and bliss. Like soft music and light from a candle, CBD is a tool that can help you reach a deeply mindful state. CBD (cannabidiol) is a popular way of facilitating a sense of calm without the intoxicating or psychoactive effects of THC. CBD helps to regulate your cortisol levels which directly impacts your mood, removes stress and responses to stimuli.
There are a myriad of ways to consume CBD these days. From the classic CBD oils to gummies to beverages- the possibilities are endless. Green Revolution has a number of options to help you stay mindful as you tackle the new year! And in a convenient form factor that simplifies and speeds up the intake process so you can focus on other things.