Expert Tips from Hoteliers - 10 Tips to Nourish your Mind, Body and Soul

Because #RadissonCares, we want to extend our Yes I Can! service to the comfort of your home by sharing with you some helpful tips from our fitness and wellness professionals to ensure your mind, body and soul are taken care of.


1. Meditate

Relaxing your mind is important for reducing stress. You can start by writing all your thoughts in a diary before bed or listening to instrumental music.

woman-meditating-at-home2. Set a morning routine

Wake up early and spend time doing yoga or sipping a hot cup of tea with your family before you begin your office work. This will help you start the day on a positive note.

3. Get more sleep

Sleep is one of the biggest factors in our energy levels throughout the day. Ensure you get 7-8 hours of sleep every night.

4. Pursue your hobby

Use the extra time to do things you are passionate about, such as photography, gardening or reading.


5. Eat right

Avoid irregular eating habits and consume freshly cooked meals and healthy snacks. For more inspiration on what types of food you should eat to boost your immune system, read our dedicated blog here.

6. Exercise daily

Being active is important. Ensure you indulge in physical activity such as yoga or cardio exercises such as skipping or spot running for 30 minutes daily.


7. Stay hydrated

Proper hydration helps your body stay regulated and makes it easier for your heart to pump blood.


8. Stay connected

Revive and connect with friends and family over video calls.

9. Express gratitude

Write down three things you are grateful for. This daily practice will nourish your heart and help break the chronic complaining habit.

10. Detox from technology

Fix a time in a day to turn off all gadgets for at least two hours. Consider this as a detox for your mind.


For more Tips from Hoteliers, keep following our blog and find out more on the best 10 tips to keep your home clean, 10 Tips to Take Care of the Elderly or 10 types of food to build your immunity. Join the conversation on social media with #RadissonCares.

Disclaimer: The tips shared in this newsletter follow commonly followed practices, recommended by government and health authorities as well as health and wellness experts across our hotels globally. They don’t replace or place restrictions on advice received by a health professional in any manner. Consult a doctor and/or medical practitioner before administering any change to your schedule. Radisson Hotel Group makes no claims, representations or warranties, whether express or implied as to the safety, suitability etc. of the above-mentioned tips. Radisson Hotel Group accepts no liability whatsoever for any damages, losses or claims arising directly or indirectly, from or in connection with the above-mentioned tips.

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