Dealing with Stress while Moving or Relocating

Moving households or relocating to a new city can be a really stressful time. All the prior planning that goes into the moving day can be mentally exhausting. It is completely natural for anxiety to build up on the day of the move, as there are a million things that can go wrong despite all your meticulous planning. Not to mention the time just after your move, when you are both physically and mentally exhausted. Here are some remedies for dealing with stress during and after your move.
1) Go for a run or a long walk

Running is a great mood lifter as the brain releases feel-good chemicals called endorphins. The oxygen levels in your blood is also higher after a run, helping you regain confidence and remain alert for the day. A long outdoor walk is a good substitute for running. Try to go for a walk in the hills or even a park. The fresh air will simply blow your stress away!

2) Get a professional massage

A good massage can relieve tension in your muscles and reduce stress inducing hormone levels in your body, thereby leaving you fresh and rejuvenated. Massage also boosts Oxytocin and dopamine levels in the body, bringing about a feeling of calmness. Swedish, ayurvedic or even a sports massage are all great ways to help beat relocation stress.

3) Sleep well

The stress of moving can adversely affect the quality of your sleep. It is during sleep that our bodies regulate stress hormone levels. Make sure to get eight hours of sleep during and after your move. Foods that contain melatonin will help you sleep better. Drink a glass of warm milk or eat a banana or a few walnuts an hour or so before you lie down to sleep.

Keep in mind that hiring an experienced and reliable mover is the key to a stress-free relocation. FeedbacQ is a service that connect you to quality international movers worldwide.

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