3 tips for winter wellness
Get better sleep
Sleep plays a major role in your overall good health and well-being. Getting the right amount of sleep can help with your mental health, quality of life, physical health and safety. Sleep also helps your brain work properly. While you’re sleeping, your brain is preparing for the next day. It’s forming new pathways to help you learn and remember information.
To get the most out of your sleep, head over to Buis Mattress to find the right bed and catch a solid night of z’s.
S. Waverly Road, Holland
Take your vitamins
During the winter, it can be hard to get all of the essential nutrients you need for a well-balanced diet. And, living in Michigan, it’s especially important to include some vitamin D in your daily routine. With the days getting shorter and the weather getting colder, it’s unlikely that you’ll be catching a lot of sun rays.
Stop by Nature’s Market and pick up a variety of supplements, vitamins and organic whole foods and natural products.
1013 Washington Ave., Holland
Staying fit in the colder months can be difficult; however, it’s important to keep your body moving. Bundle up and try to keep short walks in your daily routine to get your heart rate up, or, try out a fitness class. Yoga combines breathing exercises, meditation and poses that have been proven to benefit both mental and physical health.
Check out Bodhi Tree Yoga & Wellness Studio in Holland’s Washington Square neighborhood for an hour of rejuvenation for your mind, body and spirit.
Bodhi Tree Yoga & Wellness Studio
208 W. 18th St., Holland
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