Wellness Strategies During Traumatic Times

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Feeling sad, angry, worried or even anxious are common during times of uncertainty.

The American Suicide Foundation for Suicide Prevention says, “a large part of anxiety comes from a sense of what we think we should be able to control, but can’t.

Right now, many of us are worried about COVID-19, known as the “Coronavirus”. We may feel helpless about what will happen or what we can do to prevent further stress

The uncertainty might also connect to our uncertainty about other aspects of our lives, or remind us of past times when we didn’t feel safe and the immediate future was uncertain.”

To our SAGE Holistics family we are here for you!!

Our mission is to provide our community with valuable tools that will aid in health and healing process during times like this.There are things that we can’t control. So let’s focus on what IS within our control.

SAGE Wellness Checklist:

  • Wash your hands for at least 20 sec in warm soapy water

  • Maintain social distancing

  • Limit news and social media consumption

  • Stay connect and ask for help

  • Stay present

  • Enjoy a nature walk

  • Take your vitamins

  • Eat fruits and veggie

  • Boost immune system with Dandelion and Elderberry herbs, Honey, Garlic, Cinnamon, and Clove

  • Stay hydrated

  • Sleep and Rest

  • Journal

  • Meditate

  • Center and ground yourself through breath work, prayer, stretching, or yoga

Herbal remedies are suggested as a preventative measure, not a cure or treatment for Coronavirus. If you have Coronavirus symptoms, see a medical professional immediately and above all else protect your peace.

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