The secret is, there is no secret recipe, however, it is nice to sit back and learn about what those we admire are doing to stay healthy. Whether you are male or female or 30 something or 70 something, struggling to keep happy and healthy is not something that comes easily to all of us.
We all have the go-to remedies that help us keep on track, whether it is a morning routine, our favorite go-to smoothie recipe, the one restaurant we know we can order a delicious healthy entree from, our favorite workout we sign up for hour days a week, getting enough sleep, etc. Whatever that thing is for you, give yourself a pat on the back for knowing what is best for you in your life. For those that are looking to switch it up or still trying to find their ways, they can rely on to keep dedicated to their goals.
Here are some of your favorite celebrities go-to healthy habits that keep them on track-
Kristen Bell, just like a lot of people in the world opened up in 2016 about her struggle with depression and anxiety. Working on keeping positive and healthy every day, Kristen shared in her Instagram stories that her favorite ways to decrease anxiety are, “CBD from @lordjones, getting outside, naming 10 things I love for every one thing I don’t, hugging my girls, my husband and my dog, doing something calm and nice for a friend, cooking, gardening, and meditating.”
Emma Stone is also no stranger to the topic of mental health and trying to help herself be ahead of her anxiety and panic attacks. Emma has said that doing improv in her community theater helped her break away from the suffocation of anxiety. Emma also finds keeping consistent with seeing a therapist, meditating, and asking for support from family and friends to be very helpful when she feels alone.
Glenn Close is the founder of Bring Change to Mind. Glenn co-founded Bring Change to Mind with her sister in 2010. Bring Change to Mind’s mission is to end the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness. “Every individual who speaks out inspires another. And another. That’s how we’ll end the stigma around mental illness. That’s how we’ll Bring Change to Mind.” Sharing her story and speaking out and helping support others when it comes to mental health is a key part of her personal wellness.
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