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"8 signs your body is telling you to slow down and take care of yourself"

Are you feeling exhausted and overwhelmed? Are your muscles aching more than usual? Do you feel like you can't keep up with life's demands? You may be experiencing signs of overwork. 
In order to be healthy, happy, and successful in all areas of our lives - from work to relationships - it's important for us to learn how to maintain a balance between what we don't have time for now but need later on. It's also important for us not just to know when enough is enough but also why it feels so necessary at times.

In this blog post, we'll explore some of the most common signs that your body is telling you to slow down and take care of yourself.

You’re having trouble focusing If you find yourself reaching for more coffee at noon, know that this is a sign of trouble focusing. When your energy starts to flag and the afternoon takes over try taking three minutes with one nostril closed as an alternative strategy- it'll help!

You feel sore and achy

You know when you're sore and achy, and you just want to curl up in bed? That's your body telling you it needs rest. But if the aches are chronic, or worse yet- constant- then there may be an underlying cause that should be addressed. The key is knowing what normal feels like so you can tell when something isn't right. This is your body's way of telling you to slow down and take care of yourself. The good news is that there are plenty of ways to relieve this discomfort, including stretching exercises that will loosen up tight muscles, using heat or cold packs to reduce inflammation, taking ibuprofen for pain relief or applying an ice pack intermittently on the affected area. After all, no one deserves to suffer needlessly!

Your eye is twitching

My eyes are twitching. I get a little eye twitch when my body hasn't had enough rest, whether it was another busy work week or lots of home commitments."
The input states that the person gets an occasional spasm in one of their eyelids which causes them some discomfort but they just power through these brief moments rather than taking care if them during other times throughout each day because as long as your time schedule stays consistent then there shouldn’t really be any problems - so this individual decided instead for coping mechanisms like going to bed 20 minutes earlier every night until eventually those habits became established with no strain upon themselves at all!

Your neck feels stiff

One small way my body tells me to slow down is when I feel tension at the base of my neck. The pain can become unbearable, and it’s important that instead of ignoring this feeling like a coward or an escape artist (which are both things we shouldn't allow ourselves), you take care all these warning signals for what they mean: Stop immediately if something feels wrong- because one day those little interruptions might cause huge complications.

You’re especially tired

It’s normal to feel tired, but if you are feeling more than usual, it might be time for some self-care. The increased fatigue could be a sign that your body is telling you that you need to slow down and take care of yourself. Here are some things to try:
- Get enough quality sleep each night (seven to nine hours) - Take breaks during the day when needed; every hour or two can make a big difference in how productive and refreshed you feel - Try not to drink coffee after lunchtime because caffeine can stay in your system for eight hours or more, making it difficult for you fall asleep at night

- Eat healthy foods with plenty of protein and vegetables so that your body has stored energy

Your stomach is hurting

Stomach cramps are a sign that your body is telling you to slow down and take care of yourself. Sometimes, the pain may be caused by something simple like stress or an imbalance in your diet. But if it's severe enough, it can also be a sign of serious health problems like appendicitis or ovarian cysts. If you're experiencing stomach pains more than once per week, talk to your doctor about what might be causing them and how best to treat them.

You’re more clumsy than usual

You are likely feeling more clumsy than usual, which is a sign that it's time to slow down. You might be experiencing clumsier hands and feet, tripping over nothing at all or forgetting where you left your keys. The reason for this is because our brains use energy when we need to maintain fine motor skills like typing on the computer or using utensils with precision. When you're tired, your brain doesn't have as much energy available so things become more difficult. It’s important not to ignore these signs too long because they could develop into something worse like carpal tunnel syndrome or arthritis in the wrist joints if they go untreated!

Your skin has been breaking out more than usual

A few months ago, I noticed my skin had been breaking out more than usual. I was so busy with work and other obligations that it took me a while to figure out what was causing this. After many trial-and-error experiments, I discovered the culprit! Turns out all these breakouts were caused by me not taking care of myself enough. The reason for this is because stress causes your body to produce excess cortisol which zaps your immune system and makes you susceptible to sicknesses like acne. So if you're noticing that your skin has been breakingout more than usual, take a deep breath and try slowing down on some of your commitments or activities in order to get back into balance with yourself!

 

Conclusion paragraph: We all know how important it is to take care of ourselves and give our bodies the love they deserve. But, sometimes we don’t always have time for self-care or we think that taking a break would just make us more tired than ever before. If you are feeling drained and overwhelmed then maybe your body is telling you something about how much stress you're under and needs some help balancing out its system with organic calm drops by CalmAMama.  Organic calm drops work with your natural chemistry to restore balance in the brain which can also lead to better sleep patterns, less anxiety, improved immune function, lower inflammation levels and decreased pain sensitivity.