Hari Raya Puasa marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan, and it is a time for the Muslim community to strengthen their bonds among relatives and friends. During this period, it is also easy to overlook the need for proper rest given how busy things can get.
Intentional and mindful rest is crucial to ensure you are sufficiently recharged for the following work week to come. So, let us share three ideas for you to unwind and rejuvenate after celebrating the Hari Raya festivities.
After a hectic day of celebration, you might find yourself needing some alone time to unwind. Consider meditation, which can provide you with a sense of peace and calm that benefits your emotional well-being and overall health. In addition, you may find yourself reinvigorated from this simple exercise, as meditation can help induce a state of relaxation, leading to a tranquil mind. That’s because when you are meditating, you are free of the distractions crowding your mind.
Find a quiet, clutter-free spot in your house to sit down, relax, and take a deep breath for 5 to 10 minutes. Being in a tidy environment away from the noise can help you get in the right headspace to meditate. If you have difficulty finding a suitable location in the house, you can consider clearing the unused items in your bedroom to free up the space you need for meditation.
If you lack the storage space to store your spare household items, consider utilising multi-purpose furniture, such as storage beds, as they provide extra capacity without occupying your already limited floor space. At Four Star, our storage beds are equipped with German Hydraulic lift system to provide easy lifting of the mattress to store your essential items. In addition, they can be paired with our wide range of mattresses to improve your sleep environment and keep things clutter-free.
Sometimes the best way to recharge is to sweat out your exhaustion. When you are exercising, your heart circulates the blood to your body at a much faster rate, leading to an increased flow of oxygen and nutrients to your muscle tissues. This increased circulation enhances your body’s ability to produce more energy so you will feel more energised.
Additionally, during an active workout session, your body releases endorphins which help to produce positive feelings. This quick boost may be just the pick-me-up you need after a long, tiring day of celebration.
Sleep is the best way to recharge your energy level after a tiring day. Experts generally recommend getting 7 to 9 hours of sleep daily to avoid burnout. However, that may not always be the case for busy Singaporeans. A long weekend presents a rare opportunity for you to get some quality shut-eye.
Ensure you get sufficient uninterrupted sleep with a comfortable bed that adequately supports your back after you doze off for the night. Our DETENSE | ArcticSilk® Advanze Aire Flex™ mattress features natural latex that supports the curvature of your spine during sleep. With better pressure distribution, your body’s blood circulation is improved, thus promoting pain relief. Additionally, the cooling-gel infused memory foam mattress redirects heat away from your body and reduces the overall temperature of the bed to ensure a cooler sleeping surface.
Hari Raya Puasa is a joyous occasion filled with delicious feasts and festivities with the family. However, while celebrations are in order, it is also crucial for you to unwind and recharge your batteries to avoid feeling fatigued and drained of energy.
If you are looking for a comfortable new mattress to ensure you get sufficient rest and feel rejuvenated, then head on over to our Four Star showrooms to discover more. We offer an extensive selection of mattresses and bedding accessories to suit your every need!
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