CBD and Your Mood
Infinite CBD • May 7, 2021
Seriously, healthy habits can make all the difference. When it comes to you and your well-being, taking those few extra steps and making effort towards your personal health, all you have to consider is what you can handle and what you prefer. That is the beauty of a personal healthy habit routine – it can be totally personal and unique to you and your preferences!
At Infinite CBD, we absolutely love getting to know our customers and expanding on how we can help them achieve a healthy lifestyle. Since the creation of Infinite CBD, customers have turned to us for advice on how to optimize their lives by improving their quality of life. While we know our products can do the job, there are also a plethora of other natural options to make sure you and your body are at peak health.
Over and over again, we cannot stress how important a routine is. When you train your body to follow a specific routine based on your specific health goals, the results come in the blink of an eye. While it may not be overnight, customers report seeing differences in their day-to-day lives even if they are minor. However, think about it. If you are able to make a minor improvement every day, imagine how quickly you will see serious results. This is referred to as “the compound effect” – written about in detail by Darren Hardy! You can check out his published work regarding the subject here!
Below we have come up with a simple list of five perfect additions to your routine to optimize on your health. While these may not be for everyone, they seem to be the easiest to personalize to make sure they fit your needs and goals.
Physical activity is so important. Sure, not all of us love taking a run around the neighborhood or doing push-ups until we are blue in the face. However, there are definitely ways that you can get your body active without aggravating yourself. Consider local parks for walks or yoga stretching! Have you ever listened to a podcast during a walk through the park? Seriously, time flies. You don’t have to join a gym or lift hundreds of pounds to make a major difference in your life. Joints, muscles, bones and everything in between will thank you for the extra motion.
If you are someone that enjoys working out because of the guaranteed endorphins, then by all means, start some serious sweating! Push-ups, cardio, crunches, lifting and anything else you can think of are all great ways to keep your body moving and active. Working out or undergoing some physical activity once a day is a great start. If you feel as if more will help you and your body, go ahead and get active as much as you feel necessary!
Morning rituals can be a tricky one. Some of us are naturally able to wake up with the sun with a smile on our face. Others, on the other hand, have a little bit more difficulty getting out of bed in the morning. Something that can seriously maximize your daily productivity is giving yourself a morning ritual. This is super simple, trust us. A ritual can consist of going to the bathroom, washing your face, brushing your teeth, having a glass of water and watching the morning news. The key here is repetition. You want to introduce your body to the new day as similarly as you possibly can. While this may sound a bit mundane, it has shown to seriously help people become more productive in the morning.
The Morning Effect, a website dedicated to optimizing your morning, has an amazing list to help inspiration on how to create your routine! Click here to browse their ideas!
Evening routines, much like morning routines, are all about repetition. Some of the more popular evening routines include skin care, reading, writing and even preparing the bed. Consider some essential oil sprays to help train your mind to sleep when met with familiar scent. Let’s be honest, there are a thousand different ways to create a personalized evening ritual. Entrepreneur.com has an insightful article on some popular ideas to personalize your evening.
Some people prefer to add supplements to their evening routines, like melatonin or valerian root. If this is something you would consider, Infinite CBD does offer a capsule that will meet your needs in this regard. You can check those out here!
Don’t worry, we are not talking about a restrictive diet. We are talking about a diet that gives you food in any quantity you want whenever you want it. It’s all about making sure the food you have is good for you. For example, do you love a snack before bed? Virtually everyone does. Consider light snacks, like popcorn! Take it easy on the butter, if you can help it.
Another thing to consider is the amount of food during the time of day. In America, our culture usually implies that we should start off light and end heavy, with a big hearty meal at the end of the day. While this may fit the American mindset, this just isn’t factually based when it comes to the human body. Aim for heavier meals in the beginning of the day to help fuel you throughout the day, once you’re able to come home and settle down, and your day on something light. Ideas could be anywhere between bowls of fruit, salads and other light options. We all know pasta tastes better after 7 PM. But try and make that your lunch option! Little changes like this can make all the difference. Feel free to check out a research article on this topic here.
Of course, Infinite CBD does support the idea that taking CBD every day can improve your quality of life. Luckily, our product line offers variations that fit nearly every lifestyle. Capsules, tinctures, lotions and a plethora of other options give you the opportunity to create a routine that works for you. Sure, it sounds vague. We recommend starting to build your routine and then looking to see where CBD fits in best!
So, what are you waiting for?! Simple steps to a healthier and happier life are just a few decisions away! A routine is the best possible way to make improvements and see results.From easier mornings to restful nights, creating healthy habits and routines can make a major improvement to your life over time. What healthy habit are you going to start?
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease or illness.