Ramadan offers the perfect time to rethink your wellness routine.
How often do you take the time to reflect on yourself? It’s essential to take a holistic approach when it comes to living a healthy lifestyle. Part of this is focusing on both your body, mind, and soul. Ramadan offers a time for restoration and renewal, whether you are practising or not. At Resync, many of our treatments are focused on supporting growth and helping to heal, making it the perfect place to begin or even kickstart your journey. Below are some of our top tips for making the most out of the month ahead.
When fasting, it’s important to think about what you want to accomplish during Ramadan. When it comes to fitness, being realistic about what you will be able to achieve in the gym is key. Focus on maintaining muscle mass and toning rather than building muscle. Recovery is also essential, and this is where Cryotherapy comes in. Its benefits include reducing inflammation and helping recovery post-exercise alongside boosting your mood and alleviating anxiety. This is just scratching the surface! The whole experience can take as little as 15 minutes to boot.
It’s essential to drink plenty of water during the period between Iftar and Suhoor. Studies suggest ten plus glasses and eating hydrating foods like cucumbers and watermelon. Your skin will also feel the effects of fasting and may start to appear dull and lacklustre as a result. Choose from one of our Valmont Facials to add an extra boost to your beauty routine, where science meets nature to leave you with a glowing complexion.
The key to living a holistic lifestyle is listening to your body. Everyone is different, so trust how your body feels when it comes to diet, exercise, and recovery. One treatment that’s perfect for Ramadan is Red Light Therapy. It uses red and near-infrared light to heal injuries and the skin, reduce muscle pain and relax your muscles and joints. It also increases blood circulation, which ensures blood and oxygen move around your body, ensuring your heart is healthy, and your brain is sharp.
Life is about the little wins. Ramadan is such a special time of year. Make the most of every moment, be proud of breaking bad habits, and create healthier ones you can continue throughout the year ahead.