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sleeping alone is pretty much the worst thing in the world after you meet someone who makes falling asleep with them so easy
Me : not to be horny on main but i want you to get in bed next to me right now and tell me about your day .. can you do that love ?
Taking a self-portraiture class this semester, and the first assignment was the theme of “sleep.”
And, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” has been rolling in the back of my mind, a play largely about dreams. While the A-plot is focused on the four young lovers, as I get older, it’s the mechanicals’ B-plot that I find more compelling. The mechanicals dream to go outside their assigned stations, to be actors rather than tradesmen.
Pansies, or love-in-idleness as the play calls them, is giving magical properties via Cupid’s arrow, creating infatuation with the first thing the anointed person sees. The line “And therefore is winged Cupid painted blind” (1.1.235) is stuck in my mind to such a degree that I always imagine the god blindfolded.
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Moving on from Routine Self-Care and Emotional Self-Care, let’s take a look now at Physical Self-Care. Depending on the type of person you are, that may either be the easiest, or the hardest one. For me, it falls more in the harder range, because I am sedentary by choice whenever I can be.
What are forms of physical self-care? Well, let’s have a list!
Admittedly, this list is a bit shorter than the others are likely to be, but in consideration, it really isn’t that small. Physical is, generally speaking, anything that helps you physically.
Exercise has layers to it, from weight training, to cardio, HIIT, hiking, rock climbing, swimming – the list is quite substantial. It can help you build muscle, slim down, buff up, or just be a bit more active than you would on the day-to-day (unless your job requirements already do a lot of that).
Good Nutrition tends to fall more into practical for me, but it’s also, certainly, a physical need. If you’re not providing your body with the fuel it needs, then you’re not taking good care of yourself. That means not JUST eating salads – it means eating a range of foods, and eating enough of it – not eating enough is an issue, and one I’ve struggled with in the past in making meal plans that stayed under 1000 calories. It was a bad time. I’ve learned.
Good Sleep and Napping are similar, but you have to remember to get enough rest. Yes, it’s good to exercise, it’s good to eat well, but also REST.
Hygienic practices are also very important, from showering, to moisturizing your face. Your needs may vary, I know my routine is a lot, and has changed over the years as I’ve learned what my body, face, and hair need. Of course, it has the additional benefit of helping to fight off germs, while also making me look nice!
Those four, I consider, the core physical things. If you get those four down, the rest are more like icing, or similar in nature.
Taking medicine, if you need it, on time and regularly. This may be for emotional or mental health, but the medicine is fixing a physical thing within you – so it goes under physical. Not to mention, we all know how many of these things cross over.
Checking in with health professionals, like a doctor or a dentist, are also a good thing to continue. You may have other specialists involved, but remembering to keep in touch with them is good.
Massage is in a similar vein to rest – it can help you to recover from exercise and activity, and allow you to perform better. Not to mention, it just feels good – the same with yoga and stretching, which I personally see as a bit separate from standard exercise.
Drinking should also be a no-brainer – I always hear that lack of proper hydration is the cause of so many problems, so drink! Now, what is proper hydration? I’m not a doctor. Check your urine. You want to see it as either clear, or a very light yellow.
Physical self-care tips aren’t always immediately relieving of physical stresses, and admittedly I see most of them as more long-term, rather than “in the moment”. They’re all practices you need to continue doing, not really like, well, eating comfort food. What I can suggest for “in the moment” physical needs, is to listen to your body.
However, changing up your appearance can be considered a physical need. This could be as simple as changing your clothes to set a mood, getting your nails done, getting your hair trimmed up, or wearing make-up. Something like this could give you the boost you need for the day, because now you’re looking better.
If you have a particular craving for some sort of food? Work it into your plan. It may be satisfying a physical need as something you need in your diet, or just satisfying an emotional one. Don’t go crazy, though. Don’t have two scoops of rocky road every night because of a craving, but utter denial never works.
If you’re wanting to work out, but not wanting to do what’s on the plan? Mix things up a bit. Changing the routine will help out, as well – your body will be surprised by the change, and have to work differently, which can cause more muscle growth.
Monitor your habits, though – depending on your lifestyle, a nap every day may point to other issues that you need to look at.
I don’t have as many recommendations for “quick fix” physical things, beyond naps, massage, and seeing a professional for sudden symptoms. I find physical health to be the foundation of the others, so that may be why so much of this is long-term work, rather than short-term work.
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Exercise has long been a potential way to reduce migraine triggers, but a new study suggests it could be an especially effective with triggers such stress, depression and trouble sleeping.
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